Apple iPhone 15 deals are officially available today. After a short preorders window, all four of these brand new devices have now officially been released and are now finding their way into the hands of Apple fans worldwide. If you didn't manage to snag a preorder, don't worry - most of the best iPhone 15 deals from the initial announcement are still available to purchase.
For example, you can still get a massive trade-in rebate of up to $1,000 off with Verizon and AT&T's iPhone 15 deals this week - both excellent options if you're looking for big carrier value. Apple itself is also offering a trade-in rebate of up to $650 off right now, which is one of the better savings we've seen for unlocked devices. Overall, we're not expecting these iPhone 15 deals to be bettered this side of Black Friday in November, so it's definitely worth jumping on the bandwagon as an early adopter.
As a brief overview, the iPhone 15 range features upgrades to the chipset and camera, and for the standard and plus device - the inclusion of the Dynamic Island display. As you'd imagine, most of the crucial upgrades are concentrated on the Pro models, although every entry has had a decent refresh - including the overall look of the range.
If you're interested in a full detailed run-down of each device, you can head straight on over to our in-depth iPhone 15 review, iPhone 15 Plus review, iPhone 15 Pro review, or iPhone 15 Pro Max review pages. Alternatively, those in a rush can find a quick overview of the range alongside device specs at the bottom of the page. You can also check out our main iPhone deals hub if you're interested in promotions on the older devices.
Today's best iPhone 15 deals
Note that some of the Pro models are currently experiencing slightly delayed delivery times due to demand. We've included the relevant details on each entry just below and will continue to update the information if there are any changes.
Apple iPhone 15: up to $1,000 off with a trade-in at Verizon
On the surface, Verizon's opening iPhone 15 deals don't offer a huge departure from the usual trade-in rebates at the carrier. However, Verizon has relaxed its trade-in eligibility criteria to be more inclusive, which means you can trade in any iPhone in any condition and get up to $1,000 off a Pro model (via 36 monthly account credit installments). This particular promotion is aimed at switchers since it's a "new line" deal but existing customers can still get up to $830 off a device here, which is still competitive. Note that you can also get $280 off an iPad and bundle in an Apple Watch for $5 per month as a bonus, but those device lines are paid separately. See this deal on the iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max, or iPhone 15 Plus.
iPhone 15: Sept 23
iPhone 15 Plus: Sept 23
iPhone 15 Pro: Sept 23
iPhone 15 Pro Max: Sept 23
Apple iPhone 15: up to $1,000 off with a trade-in at AT&T
The carrier AT&T is offering a good trade-in rebate of up to $1,000 for the Pro models and up to $800 off with the iPhone 15 and 15 Plus. These are essentially the 'standard' trade-in rebates for flagships at the major carrier, but they are a match for the best we've seen, so you're not missing out by getting that preorder in early. Note, however, that you will still need that 36-month unlimited data plan here to be eligible, which is the usual criteria you need to apply for a rebate at AT&T. See this deal on the iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max, or iPhone 15 Plus.
iPhone 15: Sept 28
iPhone 15 Plus: Sept 28
iPhone 15 Pro: Oct 09
iPhone 15 Pro Max: Oct 16
Apple iPhone 15: up to $650 off with a trade-in at Apple
Apple itself isn't offering the best trade-in rates for the initial batch of iPhone 15 deals, but it is the only option if you want a shiny new unlocked device at launch. Right now, you can get up to $650 off with a trade-in at the official store, which is still pretty good and enough to cut that hefty price tag for a new model right down to size. To get the full amount ($650), you'll have to trade in an iPhone 14 Pro Max or equivalent device, although those handing over an iPhone 14 can still get a decent $430 off a new device.
iPhone 15: 7–10 business days
iPhone 15 Plus: 7–10 business days
iPhone 15 Pro: 3–4 weeks
iPhone 15 Pro Max: 3–4 weeks
Apple iPhone 15: device plus unlimited plan for $60/mo at Boost Infinite
Here's a pretty awesome iPhone 15 deal that's new for this year. The company behind Boost Mobile has launched a new service specifically for iPhones over at its Boost Infinite site. This promotion offers you a completely unlimited data plan and an iPhone 15 Pro for just $60 per month. That's pretty damn great value by itself but Boost Infinite is also guaranteeing that you'll be able to upgrade to the next model in a year's time free of charge. Since this one isn't tied to the usual trade-in rebates at the major carriers it's one of the best iPhone 15 deals available in regard to barrier to entry. You could also potentially trade-in your device elsewhere then sign up at Boost Infinite with this promotion for even extra value.
iPhone 15 Pro: Immediate
Apple iPhone 15: up to $830 off with a trade-in at Xfinity Mobile
If you're looking to get away from the big carriers, Xfinity Mobile could be a great choice for iPhone 15 deals today. This carrier is currently offering up to $830 off with a trade-in, which isn't the biggest saving out there right now - but one that's offset nicely by the generally lower plan prices at Xfinity (versus the big names). Even if you're not looking to trade you can still get $400 off with a new line on a plan so definitely don't discount Xfinity. See this deal on the iPhone 15 Pro, iPhone 15 Pro Max, or iPhone 15 Plus.
iPhone 15: Immediate
iPhone 15 Plus: Immediate
iPhone 15 Pro: Immediate
iPhone 15 Pro Max: Oct 13
Apple iPhone 15: up to $1,000 off with a trade-in at Best Buy
Another good option for iPhone 15 deals today, Best Buy is matching the big carrier's trade-in rebates across all devices today. While most will likely prefer to get their device directly from AT&T, Verizon, or T-Mobile, Best Buy is essentially offering you an alternative route to get your device here.
Current delivery estimates
iPhone 15: Sept 25
iPhone 15 Plus: Sold out
iPhone 15 Pro: Sept 25
iPhone 15 Pro Max: Sept 27
iPhone 15 deals: FAQ
Is the iPhone 15 worth upgrading to?
- iPhone 15 and 15 Plus get Dynamic Island
- 48MP main camera across all models
- A17 Bionic Pro chipset on the 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max
- Titanium Chassis on the Pro models
- All models have a slightly rounded-off design
Tough question - and one that's going to depend heavily on your device preferences and trade-in eligibility. If you're going to be able to get a good rebate - such as $600 to $800 off - then it's likely worth opting for an upgrade if your plan allows. As a whole, the new iPhone 15 range sports a good range of new features, hardware, and a design that's been more heavily refreshed than the last few iterations.
As you'd expect, the vast majority of upgrades are concentrated on the 15 Pro and 15 Pro Max but all models have had some significant tweaks for this generation. The two more premium handsets will now feature a Titanium chassis with a lower weight, a beefed-up camera system capable of 4K video at 60FPS and 5x optical zoom, and a shiny new A17 Pro chip that's supercharged for gaming and AI integration.
For the standard 15 and 15 Plus, you'll get the same 48MP main camera and A16 Bionic chipset from last year's iPhone 14 Pro, as well as the excellent Dynamic Island feature on the display. Note that across all devices, the Dynamic Island functionality has been improved to support more widgets and multitasking. All devices in the range also now sport slightly rounded-off edges on the back, which is a departure from the iPhone 13 and 14's more defined edges.
How much does the iPhone 15 range cost?
|Header Cell - Column 0||128GB||256GB||512GB||1TB|
|iPhone 15 Plus||$899||$999||$1199||N/A|
|iPhone 15 Pro||$999||$1099||$1299||$1499|
|iPhone 15 Pro Max||$1,099||$1199||$1399||$1599|
Which model does TechRadar recommend?
- The Pro Max is usually our favorite device
- The Pro models carry the biggest upgrades
- Don't discount the standard iPhone 15, however
We'd probably recommend going for the Pro Max if you can get a good trade-in deal - might as well go for the best of the best, right? The Pro Max is definitely our favorite in the range since it carries the most significant upgrades. As with previous iterations, we currently rank it as the best iPhone money can buy.
It is worth noting, however, that the iPhone 15 is a fantastic device for most users. For example, the camera improvements and excellent A16 Bionic chipset still put it ahead of most of the competition for 2023 - and provide more than enough power to zip through all the daily tasks. Our only complaint? The 60Hz display and the fact the new USB-C port is only capable of USB 2.0 speeds. These aren't deal breakers, but they are behind the equivalent specs featured on the latest Galaxy S23, for example. If you're not bothered about super-fast charging and data speeds over cable or having a super high refresh rate on your display, however, then the standard iPhone 15 is a great choice.
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Alex is deals editor at TechRadar. With over three years of experience on-site and eight years working in e-commerce, Alex has made it his personal mission to share all his favorite tips, bargains, and deals with our readers here at TechRadar. At work, he specializes in computing, phones, and covering huge sales events like Black Friday and Amazon Prime Day. Outside of work, you'll find him indulging his keen love of photography and PC gaming, or down at the local climbing gym hanging off boulders far too difficult for his abilities. His editorial bylines also include contributions to T3 and GamesRadar.