How does an iPhone 6s Plus at 128 gigs for a $1.50 a day sound?
Let’s just get down to it. If you open up the Apple Store App and go to the iPhone section you will see the following:
So what’s the catch?
Here are the details. You get:
- A brand-new unlocked iPhone every 12 months
- To pay for that as a service
It’s iPhone as a service or…lol…iAAS (not really, I just made that up)
Apple care plus is a requirement. And here are the pricing details:
So, you can have a brand-new 128 gig iPhone X for the rest of your life, and it will set you back less than 50 bucks a month… On approved credit of course. The apple care + covers two years of hardware repairs, software support, and coverage for up to two incidents of accidental damage. That includes the phone, the battery, ear-pods, and support for IOS, iCloud, and apple made apps. You’re covered up to two incidents of accidental damage each subject to a service fee plus applicable taxes. That includes: screen damage, accidental drops, and liquid damage.
The incident cost is currently $79 for the iPhone 6 and earlier models, and $99 for the iPhone 6 S or 6S plus.
For $1.50 a day, you can have an iPhone 6s Plus at 128 gigs (or whatever the top-tier iPhone offering news) forever.
That equals 6.2 cents per hour.