Apple has unveiled two new iPhones: the 6S and the 6S Plus.
Preorders start September 12 and the phones launch September 25.
The iPhone 6S on contract will cost $199 for 16GB, $299 for 64GB, and $399 for 128GB. The iPhone 6S Plus will be $100 more expensive for each GB configuration.
Apple’s also introducing something called the “iPhone upgrade program,” which will make it cheaper for people to get new iPhones every year. You’ll pay $32 a month for two years, but be able to get new iPhones yearly.
Even if you don’t plan on buying a new iPhone, you can get Apple’s latest software, iOS 9, September 16.
Apple’s also adding a new “rose gold” color to the lineup.
Here’s how that looks:
Here’s a quick-and-dirty look at the new features: