In a move that’s being seen as an attempt to lure customers back to Apple’s smartphone lines, Apple has released a new iPhone with a new $1.00 firmware update for Android devices.
The new firmware update is only available to iPhone users and only applies to the Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models.
The firmware update was first reported by The Verge.
Apple said the new update will be rolled out in China on October 7.
However, it appears that the iPhone 6S and iPhone SE will be unaffected by the firmware update.
The $1 fee will apply to purchases made through Apple Pay, iTunes, or the iPhone App Store.
Customers with the new iPhone 5S or 6S Plus will not be charged the $1 charge.
iPhone 6S users can get the new firmware through the Apple Pay app, the Apple Watch app, and the Apple TV app.
If you’re an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus user and would like to update to the new $2.99 firmware update that Apple announced on Thursday, you can do so from the Apple Store and get the firmware for free.
If you’re not a subscriber to Apple Pay or the AppleTV app, you’ll have to pay a $3.99 upgrade fee for the service.
Apple also updated the firmware on its iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S, 6, SE, and SE Plus models on Monday.
It will not apply to the older iPhone 4s or 4s Plus models that Apple removed from sale in February.