Nearly seven months after launching its iPhone Upgrade Program, Apple has finally made the service available to online customers.
As pointed out by the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday, the upgrade program is now listed on Apple’s website as one of the payment options available for the iPhone 6S and 6s Plus. The option is not available to customers looking to purchase the new iPhone SE or the older iPhone 6.
Introduced in September, Apple’s upgrade program mimics the device financing options available through the four major U.S. carriers, breaking up the device cost into bite-sized monthly payments. Those who wished to sign up for Apple’s upgrade program could previously only do so in stores.
Apple is currently offering the 16 GB iPhone 6s for $32.41 per month for 24 months, the 64 GB device for $36.58 per month for 24 months or the 128 GB version for $40.75 per month for 24 months. The iPhone will run consumers slightly more each month, at a cost of $36.58 for the 16 GB version, $40.75 for the 64 GB model and $44.91 for the 128 GB model.
The device installment payments on Apple’s iPhone Upgrade Program include the cost of Apple Care.
Though the payment term is two years, customers can upgrade their device after 12 months of payments.