After the announcement of iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, Apple had specifically mentioned that both of its smartphones are going to be available starting from September 25. What this means is anyone who was lucky enough to get their hands on an iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus will find their luck has run out on them. This is because the official release date of the smartphone is September 25 and anyone who and end up getting the handset will not be able to make a call thanks to a locked function.
As you can see in the image below, a lucky customer got their hands on the 128GB version of iPhone 6s but since the phone is not officially available to purchase, they will not be able to make a call. The source did not identify other issues occurring from the smartphone, but it is highly possible that the user will be able to use the latest applications present on it, unless of course Apple has disabled them too.
The hardware present in both iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus is Apple’s own A9 chipset. Some sources have stated that there is going to be a quad-core processor running inside, but we will wait for official benchmarks to come through for proper confirmation. Also, there is 2GB LPDDR4 memory present inside both smartphones, and both of them will also be running Apple’s iOS 9 update as soon as they are launched.
The starting price of iPhone 6s is $649, and for iPhone 6s Plus, it is $749. These prices are for the 16GB version, but the $128GB version will cost $849 for iPhone 6s, and $949 for iPhone 6s Plus. Just remember that if you do find yourself lucky enough to purchase an iPhone before its actual launch date, you will not be able to take control of the core functions of the phone.