Apple has very discretely re-launched their iPhone 6 which initially launched two years ago, in a 32GB configuration only in the Gold colour. The device originally debuted in the 16GB, 64GB and 128GB configuration. This is the first time it’s received a 32GB configuration.
The 32GB version will be launching in certain Asian markets as the “baseline model” and won’t be available through Apple Retail stores. It’s be available on Taiwan Mobile from the 10th of March, and has actually been available in China since late February.
Apple won’t be selling the 32GB iPhone 6 online or through their retail stores, they will continue selling the iPhone SE as their baseline device. Taiwan Mobile is advertising this device as the “new” special edition model, and the carrier says this is the cheapest iPhone yet and has already begun accepting pre-orders. The device will be for “free” with a NT$1,399/month contract plan, which according to the current exchange rate is around $45.
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