But only in Hong Kong.
That’s what The Inquirer says, going on “Lucky” Hong Kong residents are amongst the first to be offered “legal, Apple-sanctioned, unlocked Iphones compatible with any mobile operator”.
Now, “Apple’s local website is offering the 8 gigabyte version of its unlocked Iphone for $695 (£377) and the 16 gigabyte one for $798 (£433) letting buyers choose their own GSM service provider,” says the story.
Not only but also, Apple says it’ll even deliver the phone free to anyone inside Hong Kong.
Is this a sign of things to come?
(And, frankly, who cares? )
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