The iPhone 6s is now out of Apple’s regular retail supply chain and it has been on sale for only six months, according to the company.

However, that doesn’t mean you’re not getting one in the wild.

We’re not seeing the iPhone 6 or 6S on sale anywhere else in the world, as Apple has kept the iPhone in stock at its retail outlets for the last six months.

Apple’s stock has been in the high $250s since it launched the phone in 2012.

This means you can pick up an iPhone 6 for $649 (around £480) or $899 (around €570).

Apple has previously confirmed that the iPhone 5s and 5c will go on sale on November 14.

But if you’ve been hoping for an iPhone X or XS, now is the perfect time to upgrade.

Apple has previously revealed that the first iPhone X will be priced at $1,499 (£1,927) and will go into mass production in April, but this is the first time that Apple has announced the first mass production iPhone X. iPhone XS models are still in stock but they are not yet on sale at any retail outlets.iPhone 6s models will be available from November 14, while iPhone 6 Plus models will also be available to purchase on November 20.

The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have been out of the supply chain for almost a year, so they are still a great value for anyone looking to upgrade to the latest model.

It will be interesting to see if Apple sells enough iPhone Xs to justify its continued supply of the devices, or if it will have to cut prices again to keep up with demand.

The iPhone 7 is still not available, but it has already sold out.