Apple usually makes customers wait for a couple of months after it releases a new iPhone before it starts selling the SIM-free version. Back in September 2014 the company released both iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Just yesterday we heard that both smartphones will soon be available SIM-free from the company, and now these models are available for purchase. Apple is now selling the SIM-free iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus both online and through its retail stores with prices starting at $649.
These models are great for customers who don’t want to stick with one carrier for too long. They’re also good for people who travel a lot and would like to have the convenience of simply popping out SIM cards to change networks, without having to jump through many hoops to ensure that their iPhone works overseas.
iPhone 6 with 16GB of storage can be purchased for $649. Models with additional storage cost $100 on top of the base price. The SIM-free iPhone 6 Plus models start at $749 with extra storage also costing $100 over the base price. These models will ship in 3-5 business days if purchased through the company’s online storage.
Customers will be able to activate these smartphones for use on any of the four major U.S. carriers as well, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint, even though all four sell subsidized models.
|Product Name||iPhone 6||iPhone 6 Plus|
|Battery Capacity (mAh)||1810 mAh||2915 mAh|
|Street Price||$265 iPhone 6 on Amazon||$439 iPhone 6 Plus on Amazon|
|Link to full specs||iPhone 6 Full specs and details||iPhone 6 Plus Full specs and details|