How You Can Get A Rose Gold iPhone 6s
So you've seen the rose gold iPhone and you've just got to have it, right? I mean it's just so much pinker than the other iPhone colors, and you really need that in your life. Well, you're in luck because all you have to do is literally the exact same thing you have to do to buy any of the other colors.
As much as the media is calling the rose gold iPhone "bro gold" and talking about how so many people are lining up to get a chance to purchase it, it's really not that rare. It's just as rare as the other models of the iPhone 6s or 6s Plus. It's a new color though, so if you got tired of regular gold, "space grey," or silver, you're in for a treat.
So, if you're really committed to the rose gold iPhone, or any other iPhone for that matter, here's how you can get your hands on one.
1) Through Apple
Through the magic of the internet you can go on Apple's website and slam down and inappropriate amount of money for an unlocked iPhone 6s or 6s Plus (starting at $749.00 for the 6s and $849.00 for the 6s Plus) and in 1-2 weeks for the iPhone 6s (or 3-4 weeks for the iPhone 6s Plus) you'll have your brand new phone. Sure it's not got that instant gratification appeal, but think of the convenience factor.
You can also visit one of Apple's physical stores to try and pick one up. However, availability may vary for all models so you might wanna call ahead.
Apple also has financing options available if you're not down to pay all at once.
2) From your choice of cellular service provider
Buying a phone outright is so expensive, and like people have been doing since the dawn of the cellphone, you too can get the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus with a new contract or upgrade.
This can be a bit more tricky than going through Apple as each cellular service provider has their own deals and ways of doing things. You'll also have a choice of buying online or in-store with this option, but there may be issues with availability depending on your carrier.
3) Craigslist, eBay, newspaper ads, etc.,
Like the migration of the noble Swallow, you can almost narrow it down to the minute that a new iPhone model is going to start showing up on eBay, Craigslist, and other classifieds. My rule of thumb for buying from these kinds of places is: Only spend what you're not afraid to lose.
Buying cell phones this way can be safe, fun, and affordable, but with a new release of a massively popular item, you can bet there'll be plenty of stolen, broken, or impersonation devices that will be flying around to try and part people from their hard earned dollars. It's your money, but I caution against this route.
So there you have it, those are the three major avenues that you can use to get your hands on a rose gold, or and other color, iPhone 6s or 6s Plus. The important thing is to get something that makes you happy and does what you need it to do. I hope you all have good luck getting the color of iPhone you enjoy most!