On Sunday, the company announced that it was introducing an upgrade to its flagship phone.
Called the iPhone 6S, it will be available for $5.99, which is $100 less than the original iPhone 6.
It has a 5.5-inch display, 64GB of storage, and a fingerprint scanner.
The phone will run on iOS 11, the latest version of the software, and will come in both silver and black.
The company says it will begin rolling out the upgrade to all users on April 30, and it will also support Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The upgrade is part of Apple’s efforts to modernize its devices to fit the needs of the digital age.
For example, the iPhone 5s had a fingerprint sensor on the back, and the iPhone SE introduced the first touch screen on a smartphone.
Apple says that its iPhone 6 will be “the most flexible and customizable device we have ever produced.”
The company also said that it will offer a $1,000 refund for customers who bought the phone before April 30.
The iPhone 6 is expected to be available in a few months time.