Those who want to get their hands on the models don't have to wait long as all of the devices are now available to pre-order and will be on general sale from Friday 20 September. We've rounded up the best of the new deals with help from Broadband Choices and uSwitch, and reveal where to find the best value for each of the new phones.
My wife and I were due to go on a 35-day Caribbean cruise last February. Prior to departure, my mother-in-law got swine flu and was hospitalised. My wife felt she could not leave the country, so we cancelled the trip. We had insurance with Staysure, but trying to claim some of the cost is proving nigh on impossible. We stand to lose £10,656 for the cruise, plus £65 obtaining medical certificates.
FTSE LIVE: Inflation falls to 1.7%; B&Q owner Kingfisher sees profits hammered; Government to probe Cobham takeover; UK stocks in wait-and-see mode ahead of Fed update
Kingfisher - the FTSE-listed conglomerate behind B&Q and Screwfix - said today that its performance in the UK and France was 'disappointing' in the first half of the year as its transformation efforts led to yet more sales disruption. Business Secretary Andrea Leadsom has called on the competition watchdog to intervene and assess the security implications of Cobham's sale to US private equity firm Advent International, which was approved by shareholders on Monday but faces bitter opposition.
What does the smart meter deadline delay mean for you? Target date is pushed back to 2024 in a 'common sense move' for households
Energy suppliers have been given an additional four years to meet their smart meter installation targets. Smart meters ensure accurate and up-to-date billing, giving households the ability to quickly check up on what they owe, but their rollout has been criticised and there are concerns over old meters that cannot switch supplier. We explain why deadline has been pushed back and what it means for households.
'It's too hard to verify child benefit claims older than three months': Critics slam 'absurd' government stance condemning many mums to a poorer retirement
Gaynor Seymour, pictured with husband Andrew, lost state pension credits over an innocent paperwork error - but she can prove she looked after their daughter during the disputed period, she insists. The Government claims it's too hard to verify evidence for child benefit claims older than three months, as entitlement relies on being responsible for a child each week, and so credits are never backdated further than that. This stance is dubbed 'ludicrous' and 'a nonsense' by critics, who believe in the majority of cases it will be obvious parents were in charge of their children at the times in question.
Flight delay claim sharks who come back to bite you: Many compensation firms still grab a cut of any cash YOU get even if they fail
After enduring a 12-hour flight delay returning from his daughter's wedding in Corsica, Bob Feltham (pictured with wife Caroline) was eager to claim the £1,335 compensation his family was owed. Under EU rules, travellers who are delayed by more than three hours can claim between €250 (around £231) and €600 (around £531) in compensation, providing the reason for the hold-up is within the airline's control.
McLaren's GT is a hole in one: New 203mph supercar has enough boot space for a set of golf clubs, says RAY MASSEY
McLaren bosses stress that this is the their first true venture into the 'Grand Tourer' market and that the new near 4.7m long GT is therefore arguably their most useable and engaging car to date for everyday use while still boasting a super-lightweight body, competition levels of performance, and 'Continent-crossing capability.'
WeWork delays its $20BN New York stock market IPO as investors are put off by the office-sharing firm's float price
It comes as there have been mounting concerns the company is overvalued, as well as over its governance structure and the sustainability of its business model. However, parent We Company - which had originally valued WeWork at a whopping $47bn - said it expected to go ahead with the IPO towards the end of the year.
The best public electric car chargers: UK drivers reveal which providers have the most reliable network of plug-in points
Some 1,600 plug-in car users were asked to give a satisfaction score out of 100 for the 26 network operators currently available across the country. Tesla came out on top for its Supercharger network (top left), though this is only available to owners of the American firm's relatively expensive vehicles. Find out how other providers rated, including Polar BP Chargemaster (top right), PodPoint (bottom right) and InstaVolt (bottom left).
Have you fallen victim to an energy vampire? Energy saving myths busted - and what you can REALLY do to cut your bills
We've all heard plenty of myths about what we can do to cut down on our bills - but which of the claims can really save energy? One of the biggest culprits of energy waste relates to energy vampires, when electrical appliances are plugged in but not used, according to data from energy supplier, Tonik Energy.
Home buyers who 'keep their nerve while others hesitate' offered an opportunity as asking prices see first September dip since 2010, says Rightmove
Despite September usually marking the start of the autumn bounce in housing market activity, the average newly-listed property asking price has dipped by 0.2 per cent this month. But Miles Shipside, Rightmove director and housing market analyst, said: 'Those who are planning to buy or trade up and can keep their nerve whilst others hesitate may find that they are in a stronger negotiating position to get a favourable deal.'
Should I join the NHS pension scheme at age 60? I've started working full-time and plan to continue for as long as I can
I am just gone 60 and I have worked for the NHS for six years. I didn't join the pension scheme as I was only part-time. I will continue to work as long as I can. Would it be worth me joining the scheme now that I am full time? This is Money's pensions agony uncle Steve Webb, pictured right, explains why the NHS pension scheme is a valuable one that's worth joining.
The founders who got it 'just right' on Dragons' Den: We won £60k for our Great British Porridge after pitching with dancing bears in Union Jacks
As their Dragons' Den pitch approached the founders of the Great British Porridge Co. rehearsed their financials carefully - and their dancing bears. Jacqueline Barleycorn and Matt Hunt's pitch, pictured, turned out to not blow too hot, or too cold, but proved just right, with each dragon offering to invest and Tej Lalvani backing them to the tune of £60,000.
Income slashed! Brexit fears on the rise! How to stop YOUR life's pension savings from becoming an Annuityville Horror
Retirement is supposed to be a happy time, whether you are looking forward to filling it with a pipe-and-slippers or travel-the-world lifestyle. But in recent years it has become more complex and stressful to ensure you choose the right way of financing it and for those on the cusp of retiring in 2019 it has got a lot, lot worse - a horror story, in the words of one expert. Those desiring certainty of income in their twilight years by using their pension savings to purchase an annuity - an insurance plan that guarantees a fixed income for life - have seen rates plummet to 25-year lows. And once purchased, these contracts cannot be undone.
Tony Hetherington is Financial Mail on Sunday's ace investigator, fighting readers' corners, revealing the truth that lies behind closed doors and winning victories for those who have been left out-of-pocket. This week, a reader writes: 'I am trying to retrieve £27,000 which I invested in wine with a company called BWC in January. I have not received my wine, and I am being given the runaround. I want my investment returned as it is in breach of contract.'
Thousands are lured into being money mules: Don't let crooks use your bank account to launder cash - or convince your children to do it to make easy money
More than 150 people a week are being lured into a 'money mule' scam epidemic that leaves them facing prison and unable to use a bank account for up to six years. Students and middle-aged workers in need of cash are among the most sought-after targets for crooks, who dupe them into accepting deposits into their bank accounts and then instruct them to forward the cash to another account as a way of laundering 'dirty' money. The 'mules' are typically given small cash sums in exchange for doing this. They are recruited in person on university campus or via dodgy job adverts online claiming that good money can be made for a little easy work from home.
The idea of buying 'carbon credits' to save the planet is becoming highly fashionable. Just ask the Duchess of Sussex, who apparently purchased some to offset her flight across the Atlantic on her mission to watch Serena Williams in the US Open tennis earlier this month. But critics say unless you are careful, you could be wasting your money.
Fashion is bang on trend for profits, say investment experts who believe buying shares in high-end designers will keep your finances in vogue
Whether you have a reserved seat on the front row, or are convinced that only the devil wears Prada, you can profit from the brands strutting down the catwalk at London Fashion Week this week. Fashion retailers from the mid-range and cheaper end of the market have struggled in recent months, with profit warnings from Asos and Ted Baker illustrating just how hard it is to please the public. But investment experts believe buying shares in high-end designers and mid-range brands with smart strategies will keep your investments from falling out of fashion.
ME & MY MONEY: I didn't buy a place in the sun - because I was hooked on shopping for clothes, says TV presenter Sara Damergi
A Place In The Sun presenter Sara Damergi doesn't trust pension schemes and thinks investing in property is by far the best way to save for retirement. Damergi, the daughter of a wealthy property developer, owns two properties in London but regrets not getting on the housing ladder in her 20s. Instead, she spent a 'ridiculous' amount of money on clothes and having a good time. Now 40, the TV presenter lives in South-West London with her partner Kent, 38, and their one-year-old son, Oliver.
The amount you can save into a pension ultimately depends on what you can afford - but the longer you leave it the more you will need to save. We tend to put ambitious targets on our hoped-for income in retirement and then underestimate how much we will need to set aside to achieve that. So how much should you save?
Mortgage rates may be cheap but Brexit uncertainty is back, and data indicates that it's having an effect on the deasl borrowers are going for. More ten-year fixed rate deals are coming to the market in response to demand.
Buy-to-let is much tougher than it once was. But for many Britons the idea of investing in property still appeals, as they trust bricks and mortar and may feel that they can add value to a property. Read our top ten buy-to-let tips
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