If you’re still interested in the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, we have good news for you. Apple has slashed the prices of the older models.
The iPhone 3G S has finally been retired, which would now make the iPhone 4 Apple’s new mid-range handset. It is set to compete with mid-range Android handsets.
Getting the iPhone 5 SIM-free is not your only option. The new iPhone will be joining other 4G devices offered by EE’s 4GEE network, the first 4G network in the UK launching before the end of the year. T-Mobile and Orange have also set up pre-order pages, but are yet to announce contract prices. Three has also announced that it will be offering the new iPhone on contract, but is yet to announce more details.
Do you want to get your hands on the new iPhone 5? Will you opt to pre-order or buy the phone on its release date SIM-free, or are you waiting for more attractive contract deals from network operators? Is the iPhone 5 too expensive for your taste, which makes the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 more attractive? Share your thoughts through a comment on our Facebook page.