Network operators in the UK are yet to announce their Pay Monthly deals for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus but if you want to pre-order the phones from Apple's website, you need to pay a minimum of £599 for iPhone 7 and £719 for its larger sibling.
Apple's iPhone 7 is now available in 32GB, 128GB and 256GB storage variants and to pre-order one, you'll need to pay £599, £699 and £799 respectively. The costlier iPhone 7 Plus will cost £719 for the 32GB storage variant, £819 for the 128GB variant and £919 for the 256GB one.
Apple will also be offering a range of accessories to go with iPhone 7 and 7 Plus which will be made available to purchase between now and the end of the year. AirPods, Apple's new wireless earbuds, will be available come Late October for £159 and the Smart Battery Case for iPhone 7 is now available to purchase for £99.
If you're looking to buy cases for your iPhone 7 or 7 Plus, you can find a large number of them on Apple's website at prices ranging from £35 to £49. These include Silicone cases, leather cases, Gem cases and mesh cases.
Apple has done away with 3.5mm headphone jacks with iPhone 7 and 7 Plus and the handsets' Lightning ports will now be used to connect wired headphones to them. Given that the new iPhones now support wireless technologies, a number of wireless headphones and portable speakers are now available to purchase which should rev up your listening experience by some way. Companies manufacturing such accessories include the likes of Bose, Philips, B&O PLAY, Samsung and Jam Touch. Priced between £20 and £312, they are available to purchase at qvcuk.com.