News by Luke Jones on Thursday September 17, 2015.
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With carriers starting to decrease subsidized contracts it is easy to see how Apple could be one of the companies most affected by the change. With consumers having to pay full prices for smartphones, they are more likely to look for affordable device or those that offer bang for your buck. Apple's expensive iPhones may be out of the reach of many people, but Cupertino has a plan to solve that potential problem.The new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are due to launch September 25th and Apple has also rolled out a new iPhone Upgrade Program at its retail locations. Every 12 months you can get the newest iPhone model (the base 16GB variant) and extend the program for two years. This will cost $32.41 per month. AppleCare+ is also included in this package, although the $99 fee to replace a screen still applies.
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