The new iPhone models are finally here.
And now the question of whether you should upgrade is coming into focus.
We’re not sure if AppleCare+ or another premium subscription service will make an impact on your iPhone 7 or 7S, but we can tell you that upgrading is more important for iPhone 7s users than the original iPhone 7.
We asked AppleInsider to dig through its internal numbers to get a sense of how many people will upgrade to a new iPhone with the new screen sizes.
The company didn’t release any numbers, but said that the average upgrade fee is $100, up from $80.
AppleInsider reached out to AppleCare+, which has more than 600,000 customers, and to Verizon Wireless, which has about 300,000.
Verizon’s customer service reps told us that the company has seen a “significant” increase in customers since the iPhone 7 launch.
Verizon also says that people are using the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6 Plus on average, but it says it’s more likely people are upgrading to the new iPhones as a way to make up for lost revenue.
The iPhone 6 is currently $100 cheaper than the iPhone 5S and the iPhone SE, but there is no way to determine the exact cost.
As for whether you’ll upgrade from an older model to the latest model, it depends on what your plan covers.
For the most part, it’s the same as buying a new phone with a plan of $20 a month or $100 a month.
If you’re a Verizon customer, that means you’ll pay $20 for the iPhone and $100 for the phone.
If you have a pay-as-you-go plan with a data allowance of at least 50GB per month, then you could upgrade for $150 a month, which would be a savings of $100 to $300.
If your plan doesn’t offer that data allowance, you’d be paying an extra $100 or so.
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