At today’s event at the Flint Center in Cupertino, Calif., Apple announced two new sizes of iPhone set for release on September 19, with the option to pre-order opening up on September 12.

As with previous years, the new iPhone 6 launches for $199 on contract for the 16GB model. But if you want more storage, Apple is offering better pricing tiers than before: going up to $299 gets you 64 GB, and $399 gets you a whopping 128 GB of storage. The bigger iPhone 6 Plus offers the same storage options, though all prices are $100 higher, as the device starts at $299:



The iPhone 5s and 5c from last year will stick around, with the 5s dropping to the $99 slot and the 5c becoming free: