The Apple iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will be unveiled on September 9 and pre-orders may start as early as September 11. The Netherlands will skip that process by the looks of it, new info suggests that the iPhone duo will go directly to stores no September 25 (perhaps a week after other Euro markets like Germany and France).
Techtastic.nl has gotten hold of pricing information for Dutch carriers (KPN, T-Mobile and Vodafone). It suggests that the rumored Rose Gold version of the 6s generation won't pan out, leaving the standard Silver, Space Gray and Gold options.
Here's the pricing, which is the same as the current pricing for the outgoing iPhone 6 duo. The only real surprise is that the cheapest models still come with 16GB of storage (that's what, a minute of 4K video?).
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Source (in Dutch)
I just don't understand why on earth should anyone pay all that much for just a phone?!
Because 32 is not that much more in comparison, and 16GB is more than enough for people that don't use multimedia on their phones, or use it as a Business phone where multimedia use is not allowed or inappropriate. I'm sure that this time aroun...
Would never in my life pay that much for any Smartphone in the world. The prices are ridicolous but manager wages want to be paid, he? ;)