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Apple will start accepting pre-orders for the newly-introduced iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus tomorrow, September 12, a full week before the device is scheduled to land on store shelves the next Friday, September 19.

Busy folks may opt to have their phones delivered to their doorsteps while others may prefer the excitement of launch day festivities and mingling with like-minded fans at one of Apple’s brick and mortar stores.

Are you going to pre-order your iPhone 6 from the comfort or your home or will you waltz inside your nearest carrier or Apple Store on September 19 at 8am?

To refresh your memory, Apple said that the new iPhones will be available from the Apple Online Store, Apple’s retail stores and through AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, additional carriers and select Apple Authorized Resellers.

The phones are scheduled to launch in the United States, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Puerto Rico, Singapore and the United Kingdom beginning on Friday, September 19.

The handsets are available in Space Gray, Gold and Silver and three storage tiers: 16, 64 and 128 gigabytes. The 16/64/128GB iPhone 6 is $199/$299/$399 after a two-year contract and its iPhone 6 counterpart (offered in same capacities) carries a $100 premium.

Cast your vote now.

I would definitely prefer waiting in the line.

Sadly, there’s no Apple Store at or nowhere near my location so I’ll just have to ask a friend to buy my device at one of Apple’s German stores and have it delivered over here.

Those planning on buying an iPhone 6 should check out our quick guide on determining whether you’re eligible for an upgrade.

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  • Tom Mccain

    over priced piece of sh it.

  • WolfgangHoltz

    Neither of the choices. I keep my 5S it’s fast enough and have perfect size and I’m a cash person so don’t care about Apple Pay and will probably never do. When I’m in Hong Kong I just put my Octopus card in my chest pocket and can easy pay the metro and small things without the danger to drop the phone waving it in front of a cash register.

  • Blip dude

    Will try to pre-order, but upgrading, then in a few weeks when I have a ton of money flowing in, terminate the contract, unlock, and enjoy!!! This is also the last time I upgrade to a non-S model, I will update to the next S model 9 months into its cycle and wait 2 years after that. I did the 2 year upgrade direction with the i5 and yeah, I can wait. If I can’t pre-order, I’ll wait in line. Here in Los Angeles, we have 2 Apple stores literally 3-5 min away from each other (Glendale), all 4 carriers 5 min away from the Apple stores, plus another Apple store about 5 miles away (Pasadena), with 3 of the 4 top carriers 2-3 blocks away from that one. So in my area, waiting in line isn’t necessarily an issue. With the i5 I only waited an hour with 50 people ahead of me, not bad IMO. Unlike the Dunkin Donuts that opened out here in LA recently that resulted in waiting 2-3 hours in line.

  • Alex B

    If I live in the United-States and preorder the iPhone 6 on the 12th, will it arrive to my place on release date?

  • Just pre-ordered mine. 🙂

  • catwoman

    i will buy samsung note 4!!!!