How did you get it moved up?Go to the apple site to check your eligibility (https://buyiphone.apple.com/WebObjects/IPACustomer.woa/wa/IPAToolAction/springboard)
Mine was like the 21st, but got moved up to now on September 1st.
Mine is still showing a price of $949.00 today and $749.00 on 9/21. Hopefully AT&T will start bumping up the eligibility dates for others as well soon.AT&T just did it automatically. I checked before the end of August and it was my normal 9/21 or whatever date. Then I checked for my company's lines after Labor Day and noticed that all of their lines were moved up to eligible now (they had been the 21st originally too). So I checked mine again on the Apple website and its good to upgrade now too
My entire family is 9/14. IF anyone has suggestions, please post. Those 2 days will be a month waiting for the phone.Mine is still showing a price of $949.00 today and $749.00 on 9/21. Hopefully AT&T will start bumping up the eligibility dates for others as well soon.
It shows both on Apples eligibility page - 64 gig 6+ is 399 or 42.45 on next.You might only be eligible for ATT Next, not the standard upgrade. Can you confirm?
My contract doesn't expire until Sept 14th and AT&T approved my unlock request on the 27th of last month.For those on AT&T who had their upgrade date moved up, are you also able to get your iPhone unlocked? Selling your old one unlocked is more valuable, and I'm not sure how the unlock process works once you upgrade to the new iPhone. The last time I had the phone unlocked before I upgraded.
Mine was saying the 14th also but I checked yesterday and I'm eligible now. I've been told before by AT&T they will do an upgrade as long as you're eligible that month, the date doesn't matter. I'm not sure if that applies for the early upgrade for the people who got the 5s. I got the 5S on my other line and its not showing eligible for the early upgrade.I got my 5 on launch day. AT&T site says my contract doesn't expire until Sept 14th, but it also says ...
" Upgrade Eligible
Congratulations! This line is eligible for an AT&T NEXT installment plan upgrade. Or upgrade with a 2-year service agreement and a $40 upgrade fee."
Is there anyone on AT&T who has a contract expiration prior to Sept 12th that doesn't see the $40 upgrade fee? I can't remember for sure, but when I preordered the 5, I think it was a $36 dollar upgrade fee, and I ended up getting it waived via AT&T chat after I ordered the phone from their website and entered into another 2 year contract.
My contract doesn't expire until Sept 14th and AT&T approved my unlock request on the 27th of last month.