Apple has begun offering the iPhone 5 unlocked in the US via its website, where it is priced upwards of $649.

The three different versions of the phone — which offer 16GB, 32Gb and 64GB of storage — are available to buy for $649, $749 and $849, respectively, for those for prefer to go off contract and have money to spend.

9to5Mac reports that Apple’s physical retail store could begin selling the latest device unlocked from tomorrow. The blog says that its sources indicate that the devices have begun arriving “in large quantities” at various Apple stores this week in preparation.

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Read the full article here.

Apple has begun offering the iPhone 5 unlocked in the US via its website, where it is priced upwards of $649.

The three different versions of the phone — which offer 16GB, 32Gb and 64GB of storage — are available to buy for $649, $749 and $849, respectively, for those for prefer to go off contract and have money to spend.

9to5Mac reports that Apple’s physical retail store could begin selling the latest device unlocked from tomorrow. The blog says that its sources indicate that the devices have begun arriving “in large quantities” at various Apple stores this week in preparation.

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Read the full article here.

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  1. darklyspectre reblogged this from dcresistance and added:
    Oh please don’t whine about those prices. for europeans that is dirt cheap. this is the belgian iphone list that is...
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