Ars Technic’s Jason Cipriani has an exclusive deal to try on your new iPhone 6s and 6S Plus before they hit store shelves.

As he points out, it’s not cheap: the retail price of the new iPhone goes as high as $1,199, which isn’t too bad considering the size of the phones.

Ciprian has a deal for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 5s, which can be pre-ordered on Amazon.

But he’s got a few other bargains for you: the 6s Plus can be bought with a $500 coupon code and is available for pre-order now for $499.99.

And you can get the iPhone 5S and 5s Plus for $500 less than that, which will set you back a bit more, too.

If you want the iPhone 7, you’ll need to shell out $1.2900, which is a bit less than the iPhone 4S, which costs $749.99, or the iPhone 8, which has a starting price of $849.

The iPhone 6 is also going for $699, which makes it even more expensive than the $599.99 that you’ll pay for the iPad Air.

There are some minor variations here, too: you can buy the 6S for $299.99 in the US, and you can’t get the 6Plus for $449.99 here in the UK.

However, if you go with the more affordable $799.99 price tag, you can pick up the iPhone for a fraction of the cost.

If all else fails, the iPhone will also be a great deal for its new dual camera setup, which includes optical image stabilization.

It’s worth noting that Apple has been selling the iPhone in 16 different colors, which include white, rose gold, black, and red.

The phone will also come in either black or white, which you can choose from.

The 12MP front-facing camera and 5MP rear-facing are also new, along with a 5MP front selfie camera.

You’ll also get wireless charging, along for the ride.

We’ve already reviewed the iPhone SE, which came with the same 12MP camera and 4K display as the iPhone X, but the new iPhones come with dual cameras, a smaller battery, and an upgraded chipset.

It’ll also be able to support 4K video recording, so you can record 1080p video at 60 frames per second, 1080p in full HD, and 1080p on a 1080p screen.

The new iPhone SE will start at $999, and will retail for $999.99 starting today.