Apple to sell unlocked iPhone 5 handsets beginning Thursday night

Raymond Wong
November 29, 2012
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Apple (AAPL) has already accidentally leaked its unlocked iPhone 5 pricing and now 9to5Mac’s sources say the contract-free smartphones will be available for purchase on the online store as early as Thursday night at 9 p.m. Apple retail stores are reportedly receiving stock for the unlocked iPhone 5 and will begin selling them “soon.” As previously reported, the factory unlocked GSM iPhone 5 handsets will be priced at $649 (16GB), $749 (32GB) and $849 (64GB) and will be available in white/silver and black/slate. Of course, if you didn’t already know, the CDMA iPhone 5 on Verizon (VZ) comes with its nano SIM card already unlocked9to5Mac also reports Apple Stores will make a small change to its Personal Pickup program that lets shoppers reserve devices for pickup after 10 p.m. to anytime during the day.


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