Out-of-warranty repairs for iPhone 6 runs up to $299, iPhone 6 Plus up to $399

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Apple on Friday updated its repairs webpage to reflect current pricing for the iPhone models released today, revealing out-of-warranty fixes could cost up to $299 for the iPhone 6 and up to $329 for the 6 Plus.

As seen in the image above, Apple is quoting out-of-warranty iPhone 6 and 6 Plus repairs at a respective $30 and $60 above iPhone 5s/5c/5 pricing, which currently stands at $269.

While the gratis Apple One Year Limited Warranty applies to all new purchases, the protection plan does not cover accidental breakage, meaning the cost to customers without additional AppleCare+ may equate to a new subsidized iPhone 6, depending on storage capacity and model.

With the $99 AppleCare+ extended warranty, owners are covered for two years and are allowed two accidental damage repairs, minus a set $79 service fee for each.

Interestingly, Apple's price for fixing accidental screen damage runs only $109 for the new iPhone 6, while the iPhone 6 Plus is lumped in with the iPhone 5s/5c/5 at $129, plus $6.95 shipping fee.

Finally, Apple notes out-of-warranty battery replacement for all iPhone models, including the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, comes in at $79, plus shipping.