We’ve been hearing about Apple’s rumored iPhone 6s and 6s Plus since late September, but Apple’s own site has yet to be updated to officially reveal a price or release date for either device.
Now that we’ve seen the rumored pricing, however, it looks like Apple has finally confirmed that the two new iPhones will go on sale on October 17.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple will sell the new iPhones for $499.99, and that’s a whopping $10,000 off the suggested retail price of $649.99.
That’s $100 off of the suggested price of the iPhone 6 and $200 off of that of the $649 iPhone 6 Plus.
Apple previously announced that the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s would be shipping on October 19, but we’re still waiting for official word on that.
Both iPhones are rumored to be thinner and lighter than previous iPhone models, but the iPhone 7 may come with a smaller display, as well as an OLED display that’s smaller and lighter.
The company hasn’t yet released pricing details for either of these new iPhones, but if you want to try to predict what Apple might offer on October 20, you can do so with our forecast.