Apple Drops Price for the iPhone 6S After its keynote announcement of the "X" and iPhone8, Apple is cutting the price of older models

Apple’s had a big month. After releasing three new iPhones, a new Apple watch, and updates to its iOS, the tech giant is making moves to ensure everyone has a smart device. And that includes giving its older models a new price tag.

The iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus have dropped significantly in cost down to an affordable $450 and $550 respectively. These prices are much more reasonable for the consumer, especially considering the iPhone X starting at $999. You can even get the 32GB iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus refurbished by Apple itself from Apple’s Refurbished Mac Store.

Refurbished phones look and feel so new, most users would never be able to tell the phone was ever used before. And when Apple re-sells an item, they come with a price tag that is a little easier on the wallet. The cheapest device, for example, is iPhone 6s with 16GB for just $370, which is an absolute steal. With 1GB of RAM and an 8-megapixel primary camera, it’s still a very powerful phone and something any content creators could add to their artilleries.

Joe R. Wells

Currently attending college in pursuit of a degree in Business Administration and a minor in Theology. I collect sneakers and go on mission trips with my church every summer.

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