As expected after yesterday’s special media event to introduce the iPhone 7, Apple has made some notable changes to both the iPhone 6s/6s Plus and iPhone SE lineup.
Storage tier tweaks
The higher-end iPhone SE is now even more reasonably priced.
First up, there are a few changes to the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. Apple now only offers the handsets in two different memory configurations – 32GB or 128GB. The underwhelming 16GB version has been put out to pasture which is wonderful news.
As far as pricing, the 32GB iPhone 6s is $549 while the 128GB edition is $100 more. The larger handset is also now more affordable with a a retail price of $649 and $749 for the 32GB and 128GB edition, respectively. Both of the handsets are still available in four colors – space gray, gold, rose gold, and silver.
Even one version of the iPhone SE is more reasonably priced. The larger 64GB version now retails for $449, $50 off its previous price. The entry 16GB version is still on sale for $399. You can select from one of the same four colors as the iPhone 6s line.