A new Apple iPhone and iPhone 7 smartphone, priced at $749 and $849, respectively, will be available for pre-order on Wednesday in the US, a carrier announced.
Apple’s new iPhone 7, the first model to arrive in the United States in years, is the company’s best-selling smartphone yet and has attracted a healthy number of loyal iPhone users.
According to the carrier, iPhone 7 pre-orders will begin on Wednesday at 10am PT (1pm GMT), and will go live for $799, $799 with an unlimited text and data plan, or $899 for unlimited text, data, and 3GB of data.
It will be the cheapest iPhone 7 to date and the cheapest smartphone to come out of Apple.
Other carriers are also set to begin selling the iPhone 7 on Wednesday, including T-Mobile US, Sprint US, US Cellular US, and Verizon Wireless.
iPhone 7 will be priced at US$799 for unlimited talk and text, $899 on unlimited talk, text, and data, or US$899 for 2GB of high-speed data.
It’s not the first time Apple has made iPhone 7 available for the pre-sale.
In November, Apple announced a limited edition iPhone 7 with a 6.3-inch display, 32GB of storage, a 64GB option, and a new design for the camera.
iPhone 6 and 6 Plus were also available to pre-sell.
Apple plans to ship an estimated 500,000 pre-ordered iPhone 7s and 7s Plus worldwide by the end of the week, with most of the company-supplied units shipping by the middle of the month.