SIM-free iPhone X now available from Apple in the US


Apple only needed a month to significantly improve iPhone X stock.

Online orders for an unlocked iPhone X are delivering on December 13th-about a week out. In the US, that means that you can use the phone on Verizon Wireless, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, or any of the various MVNOs operating within the country. Prefer a regional carrier, an MVNO, or virtually an other option?

The iPhone includes all of the accessories you need to get started, including the EarPods with a Lightning connector, a USB-to-Lightning cable, the wall adapter, plus a Lightning to 3.5mm adapter for using regular earbuds or headphones with the handset.

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As with previous generation iPhones, the SIM-free version of the iPhone X is compatible with both CDMA and GSM networks. The new option, listed under SIM-free, let's you purchase the iPhone X unlocked, meaning you can freely bring it to any carrier or use it with a prepaid SIM card. You'll either have to pay for the device in full up front, or entertain special financing through Apple, which won't charge interest if you pay the phone off in 18 months.

"Getting an iPhone with the Qualcomm modem is still the way to go if you want the best possible LTE performance", according to Segan.

Apple is now selling an unlocked version of its iPhone X that isn't tethered to a specific carrier like Verizon or AT&T.