Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s Website Confirmed Prices For The Unlocked Iphone 5 Versions

The unlocked iPhone 5 that Apple Inc.(NASDAQ:AAPL) is yet to sale through its official website over a month after the device’s release, has come up on the website of the company disclosing the probable price of the device on its arrival.

AppleInsider was the first one to discover that the listing discloses the possible price tags for the unreleased and unlocked iPhone 5 models. The prices that are being shown for iPhone 5 on the official website are exactly what everyone has been speculating for.

The website reveals that a 16 GB unlocked iPhone 5 starting with a $649.99, 32 GB kicking in at $749.99 and the 64 GB model starting at $849.99.

Apple has not yet confirmed an official release date or pricing for the unlocked iPhone 5 although it originally revealed that the models would be available for sales after the launch of the versions of iPhone 5 specific to mobile carriers. However, the iPhone 5 is still listed as shipping out in 3-4 weeks on the official website of Apple. It is possible that the company is waiting to control the supply issues and its global roll out completed before rolling out the unlocked models.

The unlocked iPhone 5 models are not presently being sold through Apple’s website in the US. However, it has become clear that the Verizon iPhone 5 comes unlocked. This implies that the phone can either work with AT&T or with T-Mobile only if the proper SIM card is put in. the AT&T model also operates with T-Mobile if the proper Nano SIM card is put in.

People, who are looking for a truly unlocked iPhone 5, do not have a choice but to wait. It seems that Apple will keep up with the sharp price tags.

Apple’s iPhone 5 is the most recent smartphone of the company and it comes with a larger 4-inch display, iOS 6, two impressive cameras and 4G LTE connectivity.

1 comment:

  1. Wow. I don't think even fanboys would pay this much money for the mediocre phone that the iPhone5 is. I don't know what Apple is thinking


Privacy Policy | Legal Disclaimer