Apple iPhone 6 price: How much will it cost in the United Kingdom?

Prices range from £539 to £789 depending on size and storage capacity

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If the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus left you drooling over your screen yesterday, then the inevitable grim question follows: how much is it going to cost me for this latest upgrade? Here's a quick breakdown of Apple's suggested retail prices.

iPhone 6 - 4.7-inch (available in gold, silver or space grey)

16GB - £539 (£449.17 ex VAT)

64GB - £619 (£515.83 ex VAT)

128GB - £699 (£582.50 ex VAT)

iPhone 6 plus 5.5-inch (available in same colours)

16GB - £619 (£515.83 ex VAT)

64GB - £699 (£582.50 ex VAT)

128GB - £789 (£657.50 ex VAT)

Both models can be pre-ordered on 12 September, bought on the 19 September and will be available on the Apple Online Store as well as through O2, Vodafone, EE, Three UK, GiffGaff, Virgin, TalkMobile and select Apple Authorised Resellers. Mobile providers have yet to announce their price plans for the new smartphones.

Apple-designed leather cases (available in black, soft pink, olive brown, midnight blue and (RED))

£35 for iPhone 6

£39 for iPhone 6 Plus

Apple-designed silicone cases (available in black, blue, pink, green, white and (RED))

£25  for iPhone 6

£29 for iPhone 6 Plus

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