Apple begins selling carrier unlocked iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus in US

Starting at $649, Apple is now selling SIM-free versions of its latest smartphones.

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Apple has begun offering unlocked versions of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in the US. (CNET/CBS Interactive)

Apple began selling carrier unlocked versions of its iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus in the US on Thursday, after making the new smartphones available through carriers a month earlier.

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The SIM-free version of both the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are available for order online, but all models are listed as having a shipping delay.

They aren't available for pick up in-store, though availability is expected once Apple receives more supply.

iPhone 7 unlocked pricing:

  • 32GB - $649
  • 128GB - $749
  • 256GB - $849

iPhone 7 Plus unlocked pricing:

  • 32GB - $769
  • 128GB - $869
  • 256GB - $969

With an unlocked iPhone, there's no contract or commitment. Customers can take the unlocked smartphones to any carrier as long as the bands are supported, which Apple detailed on its website.

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