iphone_upgrade_programLast year when the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus were launched, Apple also introduced a new iPhone Upgrade Program. For those unfamiliar with the program, basically it allows iPhone customers to purchase an iPhone on monthly installment plans, and also lets them upgrade their iPhones on an annual basis, thus ensuring that customers get the latest iPhone every year.

Unfortunately this iPhone upgrade program only applied to those who went to an Apple brick and mortar store, meaning that customers who shopped online weren’t able to take advantage of it. The good news is that Apple has since expanded the program where it will now cover online purchases, so online shoppers will be able to take advantage of it.

As you can see in the screenshot above, customers will now be able to select the iPhone Upgrade Program when shopping online. It will cost customers $32.41 a month for the iPhone 6s, and $36.58 a month for the iPhone 6s Plus, although that price will go up if you select more storage. After 12-months, customers will then be eligible to trade-in their device for a new one.

That being said if you are interested in taking part in the iPhone Upgrade Program from the comfort of your own home, then head on over to Apple’s Online Store to make your purchase.

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