iPhone wait will soon be over

ANNOUNCEMENT: Chris Sutton, Sara Colloridi, Scott Catanzariti and Rachel Grigg from Telstra Business Centre can’t wait for the new iPhone. Picture: Stephen Mudd.
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Apple fans around Griffith have been eagerly awaiting the new iPhone, which is due for releasein Australia on September 25.

Rachel Grigg from Griffith’sTelstra Business Centre was a self-confessed “iFan”.

“I’m very excited,” Ms Grigg said.

“It will be great for us as a new business.”

Apple unveiled two new iPhones, an updated version of itsApple TV,which now has its ownapp store and a voice-controlled remote control, as well asa 12.9-inch iPad Pro at a media event in San Francisco.

Some customers had been putting off upgrading their phones for three months, according to Chris Sutton from the business centre.

The least expensive iPhone 6s, which has 16GB of storage, will cost $1079.

The larger 6s Plus will be priced from$1229.

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