The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus went up for pre-order on Friday and — surprise, surprise — the Jet Black 256GB iPhone 7 Plus, the top-of-the-line iPhone, sold out within minutes. And now, most of the other models and colors are not shipping for weeks or months.
But you’ll still be able to buy them at Apple stores or from carrier shops on Sept. 16 (while supplies last, of course). Here’s your complete pricing guide. Warning: The new iPhones are expensive (even if you spread the price over monthly installment plans).
The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are available from all channels in five colors: silver, gold, rose gold, black and Jet Black.
The Jet Black is only available if you buy the 128GB or 256GB storage sizes. It’s not available with 32GB of storage.
AT&T is selling both iPhones at full price, monthly installments paid over 30 months (AT&T Next) and installments paid over 24 months (AT&T Next Every Year).
T-Mobile is selling both iPhones at full price or by monthly installments paid over 24 months. For the 128GB and 256GB models, you will have to put money down, but the monthly installments will be lower.
Verizon is selling both iPhones at full price or by monthly installment paid over 24 months.
Sprint’s iPhone 7 pricing is the most confusing of them all. For the 32GB iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, there is an 18-month iPhone Forever monthly installment plan and a 24-month monthly installment plan.
For the 128GB and 256GB iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, however, there is a 17-month iPhone Forever monthly installment plan, an 18-month iPhone Forever monthly installment plan and a 24-month regular monthly installment plan.
U.S. Cellular is selling the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus with a $50 discount and both iPhones with monthly installment plans paid over 20 months, 24 months or 30 months.
The carrier, however, is not selling the iPhone 7 in 32GB, for some reason.