Apple today unveiled new iPhone models that will ship sometime in 2020.
The new iPhones will come in two different sizes, the 6s, and 6s Plus, with the 6 Plus having a 4K screen, a 4G modem, and fingerprint sensors, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal.
The iPhone 6S, 6s+ and 6S Plus will be priced at $7,199 for the 64GB model, $9,799 for the 128GB model and $12,499 for the 256GB model.
The price difference between the 64 and 128GB models is not yet clear.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are also designed to be a better alternative to the iPhone 6, which is currently on sale at $649 for a 64GB phone and $799 for a 128GB phone.
The 6 Plus, which will be announced on Friday, will be the first iPhone to be available with a 4,000mAh battery.
The 6s is Apple’s first iPhone with an all-metal design, and it is likely that the company will release a metal version of the phone in the near future.
The aluminum iPhone 6 will be thinner than the current iPhones, with a 5.5mm gap between the glass and the metal.
The first iPhone was a departure from Apple’s traditional design, which focuses more on form and function than material.
It has a metal body and a plastic back, with no glass or glass-reinforced plastic in sight.
The design was criticized by some for being too thin and bulky, with some saying it was too expensive for many consumers.