Apple iPhone 6s 24K Gold color option to go on pre-order starting August 31

Apple iPhone 6s 24K Gold color option to go on pre-order starting August 31

Although it is yet to be announced, supplier of luxury customised household items Goldgenie is set to start taking pre-orders for the premium Apple iPhone 6s 24K Gold color option starting August 31. The supplier confirms that the Cupertino giant will formally launch the new iPhone model at an exclusive event on September 9.

Goldgenie, in a press release on Tuesday, revealed that the iPhone 6s will be “slightly lighter and thicker” than the last year launched iPhone 6 and “will incorporate the Force Touch feature” that was debuted on the Apple Watch.

Apple would bring a handful of color options for the iPhone 6s as well as the anticipated iPhone 6s Plus. But the supplier is in development to offer a highly premium iPhone 6s collection that will include classic customisations in 24K Gold, Rose Gold and Platinum and RockStart iPhone 6s with 800 VS1 diamonds.

Apple iPhone 6s 24K Gold

Apple iPhone 6s 24K Gold to go on pre-orders from Goldgenie

Price tags of the premium iPhone 6s models will start from £2300 (approximately Rs. 2,41,000) for the 32GB iPhone 6s 24K Gold iPhone 6s Elite and will rise to whopping £10,000 (approximately Rs. 10,48,000) for the Diamond RockStar model. The supplier, however, says that pre-order prices are only fixed for the pre-launch duration and are likely to increase after the formal launch of the iPhone 6s.

The supplier has already started a countdown for the pre-orders on its official site and the each of the luxury customised iPhone 6s will be available in cherry oak jewellery box. Moreover, the pre-orders will begin at 2 p.m. (BST) on August 31.

An initial report claimed that Apple is in development to manufacture record iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus units this year. This would be somewhere between 85 million to 90 million, far more than the last year’s order of 70 million to 80 million.

The iPhone 6s is expected to run on iOS 9 out of the box and would come with 2GB of RAM and a larger battery pack. While the display of the new iPhone model is likely to remain the same, with 4.7-inch size, it would come in a more solid aluminium body to resist any bending issues.

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