Apple will begin selling the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus this Friday. On that same day, major changes will come to the company’s popular timepiece, the Apple Watch. Firstly, Apple will begin offering the smartwatch in three new markets. In the United States, Sprint and T-Mobile are expected to begin retailing the product to support the Watch’s availability on BestBuy Electronics as well as Apple Stores country wide.
Pricing on the Apple Watch will start at 399 euros for the 38-millimeter Sport model in Austria, 449 euros for the 42-millimeter. In Ireland, the base price for the 38-millimeter size is 429 euros, including a value added tax of about 81 euros, while a 90 euro VAT brings the 42-millimeter price up to 479 euros.
Meanwhile, in Denmark, customers will be able to get the 38-millimeter Sport for 3.099,00 krones, and the 42-millimeter size starting at 3.499,00 krones.
The Apple Watch went on sale in Belgium over the weekend where the wearable starts at 419 euros for Apple Watch Sport 38mm and 531 euros for the model with 42mm frame size.
Although Apple Watch sales dramatically took a nosedive few weeks after its release, Apple have said that this year’s iPhones (iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus) are on track to become the bestselling iPhones in history.