Apple fans are ready to go—Apple cases, specifically cool iPhone cases, are in serious demand as consumers are pre-ordering and preparing to stand in line for the revolutionary new devices. So how do you get your hands on one? The good news is more carriers and retailers than ever have jumped on the iPhone 6 bandwagon, so fans of the Cupertino brand will have plenty of options.
Pre-orders have started for many carriers, and we’re already offering a bevy of cool iPhone cases and other Apple cases to protect whichever version of the new device that you choose.
Verizon. You can already pre-order your iPhone on Verizon, which is offering all three colors of the 4.7-inch device for just $199 with a two-year contract. The iPhone 6 with 16GB of storage totals out at $299.99 with a two-year contract. Both devices are also available through Verizon's Edge program, which splits the cost across 24 months. For those who are willing to trade in their older iOS 8 handsets, they can get a $200 gift card to use to purchase the $199.99 16GB iPhone 6. Current fans of the telecom giant who are due for an upgrade on or before November 15, 2014 will be able to upgrade immediately.
AT&T. The new devices are also available for pre-order with AT&T, though the unsubsidized prices for those who don’t want to commit are hefty, at $649 for the iPhone 616GB, $749 for 64GB and $849 for 128GB. The iPhone 6 Plus starts at $749 for 16GB, $849 for 64GB and $949 for the 128GB model. With a contract, users can get the iPhone 6 16GB for $199, $299 for the 64GB model and $399 for the 128GB. For those who are ready to the iPhone 6 Plus with a two year contract, pricing starts at $299 for the 16GB, $399 for 64GB and $499 for the 128GB edition.
Sprint. Like other carriers, AT&T is offering the device for $199 for those who sign up for a two-year contract. Yet they are also offering a unique "iPhone for Life" program that lets users get their hands on one of the new devices for a monthly rate of $20. However, when their contract terminates, users turn in their device and if they break it, they buy it. AT&T is also offering a financing deal that lets users pay for the device in $25 installments over 24 months.