Apple’s newest iOS update introduces three new iPhones to the US market, including the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus.
The phones will be available to buy on Friday for $699 each, starting Friday, September 3rd at 12:01am PT, the company said.
The iPhone 6 Plus, which launched in September and adds a 10.7-inch Super AMOLED display, is available for $1,499.
The iPhone 6, which has a bigger screen and higher-resolution OLED display, comes with a 5.5-inch OLED display and runs on a Snapdragon 808 processor.
The 6S comes with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, 64 GB of storage expansion and a 16MP camera with a front-facing 12MP sensor.
The six-inch iPhone 6 is the same size as the iPhone 5S, and runs the same software and features.
The two iPhone 6 models are available in the US for $499.99, while the two iPhone 5 models are $499 and $499, respectively.
The iPhones 6S, which launches in October, has a 10-inch screen, a 5-inch display and 64GB storage.
The two phones are also available in Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom for $649.99.
The $649 iPhone 6 and $649 model of the iPhone 4S are also discontinued.