Canada’s Unlocked iPhone 6s Pricing Starts at $899, Preorder Sept. 12 [u]

Apple has announced its new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus today at its special event in San Francisco. Here are the unlocked prices for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus listed on Apple Canada’s website in Canadian dollars.

iPhone 6s

  • 16GB – $899
  • 64GB – $1029
  • 128GB – $1159

iPhone 6s Plus

  • 16GB – $1029
  • 64GB – $1159
  • 128GB – $1289
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Compared to last year, the price jumped locally due to our now lower Loonie. Here are last year’s original prices for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, followed by the recent increase in the Spring:

iPhone 6

$749 (CAD) for the 16GB model
$859 (CAD) for the 64GB model
$969 (CAD) for the 128GB model

iPhone 6 Plus

$859 (CAD) for the 16GB model
$969 (CAD) for the 64GB model
$1079 (CAD) for the 128GB model

Here was the price increase from this March:

iPhone 6

  • $749 for 16GB —> $839 (+$90)
  • $859 for 64GB —> $969 (+$110)
  • $969 for 128GB —> $1,099 (+$130)

iPhone 6 Plus

  • $859 for 16GB —> $969 (+$110)
  • $969 for 64GB —> $1,099 (+$130)
  • $1079 for 128GB —> $1,229 (+$150) (updated to fix an earlier price error)

Apple’s press release states Rogers, Bell, Telus, MTS and Sasktel will sell these right out of the gates on contract.

At least Canada gets to be part of the first wave launch, which takes place on September 25. Other countries include Australia, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Singapore, the UK and US.

Who’s buying an unlocked iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus?

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  • Sarge

    Those were launch prices. The price jumped this spring already and just $50-60 from that jump today

  • Thanks to our Canadian $… WOW price is much more expensive!!!

  • Kirk

    Wow.. It’s got some sweet stuff, but I’ll do what I always do… Skip an upgrade.. I’ll get the iPhone 7 lol.

  • Tim

    so according to ebay, my 64gb iphone 6 is trending at $780 CAD. After they take their cut, I’m looking a little over $700. That means, by the time I have the new 64gb 6S in my hands, I’m looking at nearly $500 more when you figure taxes in. Yikes. Think I’ll hold off.

  • Parksy

    Remember when Rogers let iPhone early adopters renew their contract with no fees? I used to renew my plan each year for $99 and sell my one year old phone for $400. That was a deal. I’m now am every two or three year upgrade guy (and I now buy outright).

  • Fiddlesticks

    Not buying either. Really not much of an upgrade from previous ones: SAME battery life, LTE Advanced support (big deal. NOT), faster WiFi (whatever), 3D touch is just a gimmick, I can tap back and forth, no big deal for me to press down for actions. A better camera with 4K video (revolutionary), and faster processor. The end.

  • Ron

    You forgot to mention the FINALLY upgraded the crappy front facing camera to 5MP for better selfies, along with screen flash. It was 1.2MP ever since the first iPhone lol.

  • T_T ?

    Nope. Not a chance. Way too much of an increase in pricing. We’ve always been part of the first wave.

    We also don’t have details on the ram or battery capacity. This is a big flop. Apple shares dropped as a result.

    Maybe the dollar will improve when the iPhone 7 comes along. Until then, no thank you Apple.

  • What else could they have upgraded? They upgraded pretty much everything.

  • Steve

    Wow, if you buy outright that’s $1443.68 after taxes, for the iPhone 6S 128GB. Almost $1500 for a friggen phone. lol

  • Steve

    …6S Plus that is.

  • T_T ?

    Apple pricing in canada historically was less on a contract even with a low looney. Apple is discriminating against Canadians I think.

  • Fiddlesticks

    I care about battery life the most in a smartphone, all those upgrades are nothing if a phone can’t last a day. 2016 is just a few months away. Battery life has always been the biggest thing that has kept me from getting an iPhone and that’s the same case this year.. oh well.. here’s hoping for a better iPhone 7..

  • KIII

    Gary any chance you might have information on that Apple upgrade program possible in Canada?

  • Mac

    Well, all I’m going to say is, good buy apple. It was fun while it lasted. A CAD$1400 for a phone? How can anybody justify this??

  • Not really… it’s really our $ to blame… 20-30%!!!

  • Lol

    I live in Vancouver so I’m just gonna go down to Seattle, even though our dollar is so shit compared to the U.S dollar, I save $140 still through RBC exchange lmfao.

  • paddle008

    Incorrect, the prices were identical in US and Canada in 2011.

  • Eric

    They already increased the prices of the 6 and 6s by $110 a while ago right?

  • holly

    Is there a way to buy/order an unlocked iPhone from the US? If you have US funds (to buy in US funds) it would be much cheaper to do it that way (if it’s an option for you), yes? I can’t find the actual US prices listed (can’t see them on the apple site as it changes to the Canadian store).

  • Elnaz

    Hello, would you please answer my questions. I’m leaving Canada on 26 September (going back home,Iran). If I pre-order online do I get it on 25? or it could be a delay? or is it safer for me to go to stores for linening up? when should I be present at the store? I know it’s a long list of questions but I don’t know who else to ask, Thanks.

  • MrXax

    Jesus Christ, it just keeps getting worse. Damned Loonie.

  • Jason Bjerke

    yes you can. I use hola a chrome attachement and set it for usa. also good for netflix etc. I have a US PO to gave the phone sent there

  • I think Apple will always try and balance battery life with performance and I’d be surprised if you see it increase very much. They seem to have struck a balance that the majority of the public is okay with and I’ll imagine they’ll keep designing phones that fall in the same range of battery life. I wouldn’t hold out for too much changing on that front with the 7, or the 7+, etc.

  • Wolfgang Loss-Wells

    expect the top models to be near a grand even on a 2 year contract….

  • Jonathan Samson

    Can you pre-order for upgrading on contract? How does that work?

  • AEdouard

    It make more sense to take the phone on contract, not full price. The on contract 64 gb version will probably be $490+tx=around $550 for a two-year contract. You can sell you current 6 for $700, pay the penalty for breaking your contract (around $250). That woud amount to $700-$550-$250= -100$.

  • xxxJDxxx

    Exactly. 128GB 6S is $849 US. At todays exchange rate that works out to around 1125 CAD. Apples price is $1159 CAD. Seems reasonable really, given the exchange rate.

  • Riddlemethis

    chrome has dns leaks and shows your real IP address.
    however, you can just log into to Apple USA and order it from there.

    just because one has US funds doesn’t mean it’s cheaper, You are in fact fooling yourself. you must factor in exchange rate, taxes, duty. it works out to be a bit cheaper but not by much at the end of the day.

  • I think the biggest surprise is for people who waited to buy and want to buy last year iPhone 6 or plus… and they will see the price is even more expensive…. Bought it last year for 969$ (6plus 64Gb) and now it’s 1029$ LOL

  • Riddlemethis

    An epic FAIL by Apple.

    What happened to innovation? I guess it’s buried now in Apple’s philosophy. What is really going on here? Apple is increasing their profit margin exponentially and not even remotely providing consumers with value for their money. Apple is also gouging Canadian consumers by protecting the carriers by encouraging people to buy locked devices. How much is Apple Care now? Stop the insanity people. Consider other options.

  • Riddlemethis

    Yes, just like gasoline prices. If people are ok with that, they will continue to repeat.

  • Riddlemethis

    add the duty, taxes. if you don’t declare at the border you might lose your iphone and have the vehicle impounded.

  • DaveMcG

    You’ve got 16GB listed twice up top instead of 128GB

  • Riddlemethis

    it’s nothing more than a status symbol now. if people could get an 4 or 8 GB iphone 6S they would to show it off.

  • Tyler

    Can someone post the link for the pre order in-store pickup when its available? It took me a few hours to find last year.

  • DaveMcG

    Oh yeah, good remembering Sir. That worked much better than shipment last year for me.

  • Riddlemethis

    thinking something to be true doesn’t make it so. according to forbes, apple’s 6S battery has a less capacity than before. the specs (battery life) are the same as before. battery life was bad with the 6 and it will bad now. the RAM is unknown at this point. the MP is still quite low.

    Apple is no longer an innovator, rather a poor imitator and are now focussing on solely maximizing their profits with as little expense as possible. that’s why we are getting low to mid quality components at a high-end price. Shareholders love hearing about Apple profits vs sales.

    i think the new LG, Motorola, and Sony models have a lot to offer, much more than Apple does and should be considered before giving Apple another penny.

  • Riddlemethis

    Too much risk involved in selling. Numbers you provided are fabricated unless you provide backup. As always, there is a difference between theory and reality.

  • Thanks, fixed!

  • Drew Campbell

    If you pre-order quickly and live in a major city your device would deliver on the 25th.

  • T_T ?

    Your comment is false. I distinctly recall getting an iPhone for $149 at launch when in the USA it was selling $199, and that was when the dollar was also poor.

  • T_T ?

    Apple pricing was set up a long time ago.
    If Apple wanted consistency, then the contract price would be higher as well.

  • T_T ?

    And not *much* of a difference, really ,except the processor.

  • AEdouard

    Too much risk? Bah. I’ve done it every year in the last 4. Always went great. Choose a very public place and you’re fine. And I don’t suppose Montreal is much safer than any other large Canadian city.

    I do think his $700 is too optimistic for a regular iPhone 6, but besides that it makes sense. Is the cost for breaking your contract higher elsewhere?

  • Elnaz

    Thanks Drew, I’m staying in Surrey, does it count as a major city?
    How does the reservation system work? should I pay online or in store? does this reservation system guarantee the availability on 25 September in store?

  • Lol

    Even with taxes it’s a better deal, you know you can setup and iPhone without a computer.. Ain’t no way in hell the border finna see this.

  • Clark Zuckerberg

    Doing the math the 64GB iPhone 6S Plus would be $1159 CAD, if I bought it in the states it would be $849 USD which converted would be $1125 CAD. Seems pretty close to reasonable if you ask me…

  • AEdouard

    Are you calling people stupid based on your own assumption of what you think they MIGHT do. The hell?

  • Matthew Paugh

    sooooo, you’ll be paying the same for a galaxy or something like that

  • Tim M

    and how many people would declare an iPhone at the border?

  • What I meant is that I think they feel the battery life is long enough in their phones, and that even if they manage to find more battery life by advancing their tech, they’ll crank up the performance and pack other features in to bring it back down to the same life as the previous model.

    Personally, I find the battery life in the iPhone 6 to be just fine for me. I charge my phone nightly, and the occasional days that I use it excessively and I can tell it won’t make it all day, I almost always have an easy way to charge my phone nearby.

    To each his own though. If you’re looking for the best tech specs for the best price, you’re never going to find that with Apple. Apple isn’t about tech specs, they’re about how the hardware and software design combine to create the best overall experience. Whether or not they achieve that goal is debatable, but I love my iPhone and feel that they create a great product.

  • Nigleet

    The new reduced price of the iPhone 6 (770) is still more than what it launched at last year… They are inflating the places from 38.5 to 40% per item. The exchange rate is roughly fluctuating between 1.29 to 1.32. We are being charged an extra ~6.5 to 11%. Ain’t that something.

  • You realize pretty much every other top teir phone costs 1,000 right?
    Perhaps you just to talk the talk to try and fit in 😛

  • Mac

    Bell prices the Galaxy s6 64GB at 840, hardly the same as 1029.
    HOWEVER, I’m not buying a galaxy either.

  • Thanks, updated with the Spring prices too.

  • Mac

    Not exactly sure I understand what you mean by your second statement.

  • If you have a NEXUS pass it’s probably base to declare if you value the pass. But yeah, I can see some people hiding the phone or whatever.

  • Samy

    Yes and one more example: remember when Canadian made cars were sold cheaper in the US back when the dollars were at parity

  • Exactly. If you have US funds, it would probably be easier to just convert those funds to CAD and buy it here than it would be to buy one from the States, depending on where you live.

  • paddle008

    I was talking about outright prices. And how is 149 worse than 199?

  • Nigleet

    US only. They have not found a creditor partner for Canada. No mention of it at all.

  • Nigleet

    I still have my old Future Shop (Best Buy) warranty. Paying 13 a month, whenever I have the smallest issue, something reproducible, I take it to them and get a new phone in store. Currently on the iPhone 6 Plus 128 which has been discontinued, which means free-ish upgrade next time I have an issue. =D

  • Mac

    did you count the difference in tax percentages??

  • Clark Zuckerberg

    No but I’m just saying for the base cost it isn’t that different. You can’t really include tax percentages because then every product is cheaper in one province/state vs another. It’s only fair to compare the base USD price to the base CAD

  • Clark Zuckerberg

    Lol troll grow up and get back on your Android phone.

  • Clark Zuckerberg

    Read much? He said it cost $149 at launch in Canada, and $199 in the states. He is saying the Canadian prices were historically cheaper (not that I agree they were or weren’t, I can’t remember).

  • Clark Zuckerberg

    Which is crazy because I feel like tons of creditors would want to jump in bed with Apple.

  • Clark Zuckerberg

    Man you are quite a rude human being. Please leave iPhone in CANADA (where we are nice up here).

  • xxxJDxxx

    Right, but weren’t you signing a 3 year contract at that price? unlike the US where the contracts were only 2 years.

  • xxxJDxxx

    What sort of innovation were you expecting?

  • Magrat22

    Still debating it. Have got one every year but the price is holding me back this year. I do like the 2GB of RAM though so I might just go for it.

  • Salma Kassem

    For the iPhone 6s plus the 64 GB is it for $1158 CAD??

  • $1159

  • We’ll keep everyone updated.

  • Nigleet

    Seems like we always get the second priority in matters like this. We still have not seen cooperation with Apple Pay. There is also different planning, law, and regulation they need to consider with bringing financing options here. They vary heavily across the border.

  • paddle008

    Okay there is no need for the attitude. I simply misunderstood. :/

    Anyway the price was like that because we had longer contracts than the US; they were a little cheaper to purchase due to a higher subsidy. Either way, the outright prices have always been properly converted.

  • edvinas

    Where can I find the prices on contract?

  • Me I AM

    not happening in canada

  • Me I AM

    the two vs three year contracts are not proportionate. we’re still getting gouged in canada. CBC marketplace proved that beyond any doubt.

  • Me I AM

    once again, the increase in price is not proportionate. the price went up back in march already.

    and for the sake argument. if the cdn dollar rebounds will the price for the iphone drop?of course not.

  • Magrat22

    Not out yet, you’ll find them on this site once they’ve been released.

  • Me I AM

    that was so yesterday. calling someone a troll for having a different opinion. it’s time you moved to kentucky, clark.

  • Widohmaker

    It was mentioned in the Keynote that the program would launch in other countries as well. Since Canada has the most similar setup to the US, I would expect it to launch here as well. Only time will tell.

  • Widohmaker

    Apple has adjusted pricing up and down historically with the US/CAD exchange rate. In February this year it was significantly cheaper to buy Apple products in Canada than the US given the 30% fall in the value of the C$ against the US$.

  • Me I AM

    apple is not top tier.they command a top tier price tag that’s why apple maintains such a high profit margin.

    there are other similar phones that cost hundreds less.

  • holly

    You’re right, my math was off. Thanks.

  • xxxJDxxx

    But he’s saying we are paying less…

  • Me I AM

    too many people here who are easily influenced by the masses yet they make false, inaccurate comments just so they can justify their opinion or position. denial is a big part of the typical apple customer’s psyche.

  • Me I AM

    exactly. but you see your friend may not have a samsung, but an iphone. sadly, a lot of people these days compete with one another or want to fit in with their clique so they make an impulsive [illogical] buy such as an iphone.

  • Me I AM

    Actually, your incorrect on your rates. The bank of canada rate is currently 1.3261 which is what they charge banks (not us, the consumer). The consumer pays a LOT more than that. The current consumer exchange rate for cash at RBC is $1.3607. I challenge anyone to buy US currency at the bank of canada rate.

    In any event, there is no reason for the high prices, but Apple wants it that way and the sheep are ok with that.

  • Riddlemethis

    That makes no sense. Canadian pricing went up in March and pricing in the USA has ALWAYS been lower than in Canada.

  • Nigleet

    I was using an approximate. Cash exchange is not the same as the value. I buy online regularly. I am always charged practically the market rate through PayPal. You are right when it comes to exchanging for cash though.

  • Widohmaker

    Yes, but the C$ was close to par with the US last year and pricing was almost identical between US and Canadian stores i.e. $50 difference at the most on almost everything. Then the C$ dropped rapidly by 30% against the US$ as the price of oil dropped. I bought the iPhone 6 Plus 128gb Model in February when it was C$ 1079 (US$ 815) at that time the same phone in the us was $849.

  • They’re not out yet. Expect them to come out the day before the launch or so. Probably just slightly higher than last year.

  • Tyler

    So I’m going to be in NYC the day they go on sale. Should I even bother trying to preorder one at an Apple store in Manhattan? I would imagine that my chances in Calgary would be much better.

  • neufsky

    You need to take another factor into consideration: will your carrier force you to upgrade to a current (more expensive) plan in order to qualify for the on-contract pricing? That is certainly the case with Rogers and Fido.

  • hub2

    Depends on the contract. My grandfathered contract is $55 for 6 GB. To drop to 2 GB (just above my typical monthly usage for the last year) on a new contract is $80/mo for Telus or Fido. Yeah, paying more for much less, even if I didn’t use it all every month.

    Assuming a device subsidy of $500, this extra $25/mo starts costing me more than if I’d bought outright after only 20 months… 4 months shy of the 2-year contract ending.

  • xxxJDxxx

    Does this mean we will be able to pre-order at midnight on Sept 11th?

  • Yep, Apple says 12:01AM PDT, Sept. 12. Get your bags of money ready!

  • Ronin

    Are you on the phone 10 hours a day, and playing intensive games? My 6 plus lasts more than a full day, and is usually at 35-40% before I charge it at bedtime. I average 3 hours of calls, and about another 3 hours or so of data usage. The rest of the time on standby.

  • Steve

    Higher MP doesn’t mean better IQ. The higher the MP the more noise is introduced without improving the sensor, and the iPhone 6 plus 8MP has been proven to take better pics than 16MP android phones. That’s 12MP with an improved sensor to match. It’s been clarified that the 6S has 2GB of ram. We all know iOS is optimized and performs better on less ram than compared to Android.

  • wuju

    Just to be super clear. It will be 3am for folks in Toronto (3EST)

  • AEdouard

    Hi there, it isn’t the case with Fido (wasn’t the case still last year anyway). Your plan is decoupled from your phone contract. I’ve done this every year for a while. I call them up, break my contract, pay the penalty, keep the same plan, and get into a new contract with a new phone. Again, maybe this is different in other provinces.

  • AEdouard

    True. You could try prying a better retention plan out of them though.

  • AEdouard

    By the way that $55 for 6 gb is fantastic.

  • neufsky

    That is probably because you are already on a recent more expensive plan. I just talked with a Fido Rep, most people will have to “upgrade” to their most expensive plan in order to qualify for their on-contract price. In my case, that is about $30 per month more for the same service I am having now.

  • AEdouard

    Well that sucks. Yeah, I got that new plan last year, so it will qualify I’m pretty sure. It replaced a very 6 gb plan I had. I was pretty lucky last year in that they had a ”videotron beating” retention plan that lined up well with what I had before and qualified for the iphone subsidy.

  • neufsky

    Yeah, they are quite sneaky about it. So depending on your own situation, the “subsidy” might not a “subsidy” after all.

  • AEdouard

    @T_T. You’re wrong on so many accounts. First, the dollar was pretty much at 1 usd= 1 cad in 2011 according to the Bank of Canada website. Second, the fact that contracts were for 3 years instead of 2 makes the price actually higher for Canada, even at $149 instead of $199 (and that’s really more a carrier thing than an Apple thing). Third, the price listed on top of this page for non contract phones pretty much fits with the current exchange rate.

  • AEdouard

    @xxxJDxxx He’s saying 2 wrong things actually: That we were paying less than Americans before (false) and that we’re paying more than them now (also false).

    Of course the price in cad is more than is was before, but that’s not what he’ saying.

  • AEdouard

    @ TT Prices were not set up a long time ago, or else they would not exactly fit with the exchange rate. Also, of course contract prices will go up, they have been for the last year, and when they announce them for the 6s, they’ll be higher too because the loonie is lower. Are you doing this on purpose and trolling? Because I can’t see how someone would not see these things.

  • Yes, 3:01AM EDT for y’all out east. Get your alarm clocks ready 😛

  • AEdouard

    @me i am Maybe not for the 6s, carriers and all. but they’ll drop for the next phone, that’s for sure. Apple product prices pretty much always almost fit the exchange rate, give or take a few bucks.

  • vebski

    Ok, maybe this is a dumb question but I can’t find this info anywhere and it has been some time since I bought a new iPhone (still using iPhone 4!). Can you pre-order the iPhone on Apple’s website for an upgrade with a specific carrier or only an unlocked iPhone? Do I really have to wait in line on launch day if I want to simply upgrade or can you not buy an upgrade phone on launch day either?

  • Anonymous

    Unfortunately, Apple Canada only sells Unlocked iPhones. Last year, they had a Reserve and Pick Up option where you could just Reserve it online, then pick it up and pay at an Apple Store whenever you want. This year they don’t, so you’ll have to wait in line, just like me 🙂

  • AEdouard

    The 6 Plus has very good battery life. See all the tests posted by various websites. Mine easily lasts all day.

  • AEdouard

    @Riddlemethis
    You equate the battery size with battery life. Those two are not the same thing. The A9 is more efficient than the A8. Battery life will probably be the same as the iPhone 6 in the 6s.

    Maybe the iphone 6 battery life could be improved a bit. I don’t know I don’t have one, but the Plus lasts a good day and a half of reasonable use.

  • AEdouard

    It’s just not online yet, wasn’t last year either. It will be on the 12th.

  • AEdouard

    Considering the drop in the Canadian dollar, I feel the demand will be less red hot in Canada than usual. I think Calgary is your best bet.

  • AEdouard

    Probably more like 20-25% higher than last year’s launch. Not really ”slightly” ;). But hey, the loonie will go back up at some point.

  • AEdouard

    The resale value is up too though (although maybe not as much). So it’s not that bad.

  • AEdouard

    Yes, the best way I feel is to wait for the pre order and pick up page on Apple’s website to show up (on preorder day). It works better than directly with the carriers I feel.

  • AEdouard

    I guess it will come to Canada, but not at launch.

  • AEdouard

    Not that I condone doing that, but if you’re willing to throw away the box the likelihood of ”getting caught” is slimmer than being hit by lightning.

  • Anonymous

    Really!? I chatted with Apple Support and they confirmed that there will be no Reserve and Pick Up option. Do you know where the option will be on the website on the 12th?

  • AEdouard

    Mea culpa. I thought I clearly read there would be.

    Although frankly, Apple Support might have been wrong on this one. I don’t remember the number of times I was told the wrong thing about launch specifics in Canada by Apple’s own people.

  • Anonymous

    Ya, I’ve gotten incorrect answers from Apple Support before. If there is Reserve and Pick Up, do you remember where it would be located on Apple’s website?

  • AEdouard

    No I don’t remember (and maybe it won’t be at the same place). My advice would actually be to check this very website. They always post about this specific issue.

  • vebski

    Ok, so I was not missing something then. It is pretty clear that the US Apple website allows you to select a specific carrier when placing an order while the Apple Canada website is clearly missing this option. I guess we will see for sure on the 12th. Looks like I will be waiting in line then, oh well, really anxious to get the new 6s Plus 🙂

  • Manny12

    It’s our dollar which sucks… these prices are the same in the US. Last year, the 6+ cost me about $1330 after tax and AppleCare, the 6S+ will cost about $1650 after tax and the new priced AppleCare.

  • Manny12

    OK old man… I’ll be up till 3 a.m. on a Friday anyway 😛

  • Manny12

    Keeping in mind too last year the big 3 (Rogers, Bell and Telus) forced people to sign up for a “Share Everything Plan” to get a discount on the iPhone 6… which means a $65 plan was now $125…. It’s cheaper to buy outright.

  • Manny12

    I love this idea… I’m going to sign up for sure when it’s available.

  • Manny12

    Last year, the big 3 (Rogers, Bell and Telus) forced people to sign up for a “Share Everything Plan” to get a discount on the iPhone 6… which means a $65 plan was now $125…. It’s cheaper to buy outright.

  • The Canadian dollar will go back up, but let’s hope Apple prices go back down 🙂

  • Hahah don’t get too tipsy now up in da club!

  • Apple confirmed to us it’s US only, so doesn’t look like it’s coming to Canada–for now.

  • Manny12

    Ha! Sadly it will probably just me hitting the refresh button all night!

  • Busted! Don’t worry–I’ll never tell. (guess movie reference)

  • Manny12

    That creepy Britney Murphy movie! I don’t remember which one, but I remember that scene in the bed!

  • Bingo. “I’ll Never Tell” from 2001. RIP B.M.

  • vebski

    Ahhh, I see. I was a little confused because you can’t “upgrade” on the Apple Canada website, which you can on the US website. I figured pre-ordering would have the same limitations but I will be up a 3 in the morning on the 12th to check it out! Thanks for the info everyone!

  • Magrat22

    So who is definitely getting one? What one are you going to get?

  • Léon

    I would definitely go for 6s 128GB if I could sell my 6 128G for a reasonable amount. I usually skip a year or two with my upgrades but strangely, this year’s refresh is compelling enough for me to want it.

  • Mido

    Now, excuse my french for a second, I’m about to ask a few stupid questions. When the iPhone is finally launched, how crowded the Apple stores will be here? And, I’m speaking generally, like each city. Like I’m leaving Toronto on the 28th, and I’m curious whether it’s possible to get it throughout the 3 days left.

  • Harold Mitchell

    Right….just like Apple Pay is coming to Canada “soon”.

  • Hey now, 2026 isn’t that far away!

  • nicomigu

    hmmm I have a phone reserved but I was wondering if I should buy now or wait for reviews

  • Nyk0n

    the imac and macbooks have used the screen as a flash for the original iSight camera for a very very long time (at least 2006 as far back as i remember…again not new…

  • Nyk0n

    mine typically lasts two days before a charge is needed. the battery capacity in the 6S and 6S us are aally smaller by tiny margin on the new S phones. but the power efficiency is better with the A9 CPUo it should last the same amoun of time/use as the 6/6+

  • Nyk0n

    4K video is more evolutionary an revolutionary in my opinion

  • Nyk0n

    ram/battery already cofirmed by multiplesites….2GB ram, smaller battery but more efficient CPU so same typical battery life as the 6/6+

  • Khalil Ibrahim El Bawab

    Gd morning all…
    Is anyone aware if the iphone 6s unlocked from canada is supporting networks outside of canada?
    Thanks