Bon voyage, iPhone 4S. Thanks for everything. 

When it comes to phones, Apple is now in the phablet business. CEO Tim Cook didn’t refer to the large iPhone 6 or the even more gargantuan iPhone 6 Plus as such. But there’s no doubt Apple’s phone development took a step toward tablet territory. 

Adding jumbo devices to the fray isn’t the only change to the company’s smartphone line-up, though. Apple also got busy rejiggering availability and pricing for its current stock of smaller iPhones. Apple’s online store tells the tale: Some of those devices saw price slashes, while at least one got the old heave-ho, making way for the new iPhones 6, which open for pre-orders Friday.

It’s a lot to take in. But if those changes seem confusing, don’t fret. Here’s a handy guide to iPhone availability.

Apple’s Family of iPhones Now

Apple no longer carries the iPhone 5, its 2012 device that introduced 4-inch displays to the iPhone-using public. But the model didn’t entirely wind up in the smartphone afterlife—it was reborn as 2013’s colorful iPhone 5C.

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At this point, the company still carries that low-end model, but it’s no longer a budget device. It’s a freebie phone now. And its sibling, the iPhone 5S—last year’s flagship phone—also went through a price change, dropping from $199 for the 16GB base model to a modest $99 with two-year contract.

As for the even older iPhone 4S, well, it’s time to say goodbye. Apple pulled the plug on the 2011 gadget. This was the last Apple phone with a 3.5-inch screen.

The iPhones 6 and 6 Plus now flesh out the premium end of Apple’s smartphone line. The 4.7-inch device starts at $199 on contract ($649 full retail, with availability from T-Mobile in the U.S. and EE in the U.K.). The super-roomy Plus will put a 5.5-inch screen in people’s hands for a minimum of $299 on contract ($749, full retail).

To sum up:

  • 3.5-inch iPhone 4S: Ciao. Thanks for the memories.
  • 4-inch iPhone 5S: The most advanced Apple device with smaller display, now $99.
  • 4-inch iPhone 5C: The reigning cheap iPhone, with the bargain basement price of zilch.
  • 4.7-inch iPhone 6: This is now considered the small iPhone, at least in Apple’s 2014 collection, starting at $199 on contract.
  • 5.5-inch iPhone 6 Plus: Apple’s new premium big-screen wonder stands tall on thick wallets, thanks to its $299 base price.

So it seems die-hard fans of small screens can still find some satisfaction, at least for the time being. 

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As for the future, the changes to Apple’s inventory may leave one wondering where iPhone development will go next. Next year, Apple will probably follow its historical pattern and release a slightly different iPhone 6S (or two) instead of a major update. While not groundbreaking in itself, that could be enough to finish off the last remaining 4-inch models for good. 

The notion was unthinkable a few years ago, when Steve Jobs ridiculed the competition over its enormous handsets. But even though Cook paid homage to the late co-founder on Tuesday at Apple’s press event, it’s clear that this is his company now. And the future of Cook’s Apple is looking super-sized. 

Feature image by Yoshikazu TAKADA