There are a lot of different ways to get a new iPhone every year, and now even U.S. carriers have installment plans to make it easier, too. But, Apple wants to help you out now.
During its September 9 media event, Apple introduced a brand new initiative it’s calling the “iPhone Upgrade Program,” and it does exactly what the title suggests. It will let iPhone owners pick up an unlocked iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus to start, which includes AppleCare+, and will let them pay a monthly installment towards the final price of the phone.
While the plan is positioned with 24 monthly payments, which begin at $32 per month, the upgrade plan is specifically built to get iPhone owners into the newest device every year.
This will launch later this year in Apple Retail stores in the United States.