If you can’t wait for the September 25 on-sale date, you can now pre-order your iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus.

You can buy the new phones either directly from the Apple website or via the Apple Store iOS app.

Apple’s new iPhone Upgrade program lets customers get a new iPhone every year as they’re released, and includes the AppleCare+ warranty and support. Prices range from $32.41 per month for the 16GB iPhone 6s to $44.91 per month for the 128GB iPhone 6s Plus.

In the U.S. you can go to any of the four major wireless carrier sites to pre-order the phones.

At Verizon, the 16GB iPhone 6s starts at $27.08 per month for 24 months, and the iPhone 6s Plus 16GB is available starting at $31.24 per month for 24 months.

T-Mobile is selling the iPhone 6s phones at a deep discount (up to $125 off) if you buy it through the carrier’s Jump on Demand phone upgrade plan.

Sprint countered T-Mobile’s pricing by offering the iPhone 6s for $15 per month and iPhone 6s Plus for $19 per month, as part of the carrier’s iPhone Forever upgrade program.

AT&T offers a range of leasing and upgrade plans. The least expensive is a 24-month lease on a 16GB iPhone 6s for $21.67 per month. The most expensive is a 12-month lease on a 128GB iPhone 6s Plus for $47.50 per month.

The new 6s comes in two new colors — Rose Gold and a darker shade of Space Gray, joining the existing silver and gold colors.

The new phones were announced Wednesday at a flashy Apple press event in San Francisco.