As per the rumours, leaks and speculation Apple has launched the iPhone 6 along with a larger version called the iPhone 6 Plus. They follow-on from the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c and finally bring a larger screen to Apple smartphone fans. Read: iPhone 6 NFC chip is restricted to ApplePay.
Whether the 4.7in iPhone 6 or 5.5in iPhone 6 Plus sounds better, we've rounded up all the details on where you can get your hands on them in the UK. Apple already announced that the pair will be available to pre-order on 12 September and has a release date of 19 September.
Where to buy iPhone 6: Apple
Of course, you can go to Apple to buy you're iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus whether you choose to shop online or head to a physical store. If you're thinking about the latter, you might want to wait until a day or two after 19 September when the launch day hype has died down.
Apple as dropped the price of its flagship smartphone slightly, so the iPhone 6 starts at £539 for the 16GB model. If you're after the iPhone Plus, it starts at £619. See below for the full price list of models and storage capacities.
16GB - £539
64GB - £619
128GB - £699
iPhone 6 Plus
16GB - £619
64GB - £699
128GB - £789
You'll probably have noticed that Apple has dropped the 32GB option and added 128GB. Colour options remain the same with space grey, gold and silver. There's no plastic iPhone this year, in case you were wondering. Read: Apple iWatch release date, price and specs: Apple Watch unveiled.
Which Apple stores have the iPhone 6 in stock?
Visit Apple's retail store website at http://store.apple.com/uk to find your nearest story. You can then search to find out whether that store has your desired handset is in stock, and you can even reserve a time slot to pick it up later. There will also be a phone number - it is worth ringing to avoid disappointment, the store nearest to our office has stock each day, but mostly it goes to people who reserve at around 6am each morning. (We can't find any stores that have iPhone 6 Plus in stock right now.)
Where to buy iPhone 6: Mobile networks
Buying a phone outright (SIM-free) is expensive so you might want to buy it on a contract. We don't have comprehensive details yet but here's what we know about buying the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus from a mobile network. See also: Why you shouldn't buy an iPhone 6 (or any smartphone) on contract.
Vodafone's has various offerings but if you don't want to pay any money for the iPhone 6, it will cost £48.50 per month on a 3G contract. Those wanting 4G will have to shell out, hang on a minute, the same amount with 10 GB (compared to 4 GB) plus free subscriptions to Netflix and Spotify Premium or Sky Sports Mobile.
The iPhone 6 Plus isn't available for free on any of Vodafone's 3G tariffs so you'll have to pay a minimum of £19 for the smartphone on a £53.50 per month deal. Switch to 4G and the same monthly cost and the phone is free including the same perks as we just mentioned with the iPhone 6. Vodafone clearly wants users on 4G plans, then.
Phones 4U has put the new iPhone models up for sale with the iPhone 6 starting at £43.50 per month with no upfront cost, while the iPhone 6 Plus is £48.50 per month with no upfront cost. However, the firm is now in administration. Read: iPhone 6 pre-orders cancelled as Phones 4U closing down in the UK.
EE is offering the iPhone 6 from £50.99 per month with a £29 upfront cost, while the iPhone 6 Plus has the same one-off payment, it will cost from £63.99 per month. The firm is Apple's partner for its new VoLTE feature which will provide better quality phonecalls.
O2 has now put the iPhone 6 models up for sale with the iPhone 6 avaialble for free starting at £48 per month with 5 GB of 4G data. The same deal with the iPhone 6 will cost £53 per month. See the below image for full prices.
Three is asking for a £99 upfront cost for both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with contracts starting at £38 and £44 per month respectively. That will only get you 1GB of data though so you'll have to step it up to £41 and £47 to double it to 2GB.
If you want Three's famous all-you-can-eat data then it will cost £45 or £51 per month for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus respectively. All prices are for the 16GB models.