With Sprint and Verizon's recent announcements, only AT&T still will have subsidized iPhone contracts next month when Apple unveils the 6S and 6S Plus. Historically, they have presented the subsidized price. Do you think it will be a bit jarring to see the slide that says "iPhone 6S, starting at $649" after 7 years of seeing it "starting at $199"? Do you think Apple will quote a monthly price (trying to get the carriers to agree to a standard installment length), or that they'll de-emphasize the price in the announcement? On the plus side, now that carrier subsidies are largely a thing of the past, will we get the single "unlocked" carrier-free version available on Day 1 in the U.S.? I'm guessing that Apple could just release a single version, and not have separate carrier stock the way they have in the past. The only phones that will be locked are the AT&T contract versions.