If you’ve been wanting to get your hands on an unlocked iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, Apple is offering them in the U.S now. The unlocked versions have been in Australia, Canada, and the UK for while.
As is usually the case, the unlocked iPhone 7s are compatible with all U.S-based mobile networks, will be available in all of the usual colors, storage capacity options, and will be available from Apple’s online marketplace to start. That means you’re likely to only get it via delivery and that is looking to take a couple of weeks.
If you’re interested in picking up one of the unlocked handsets now would be the best time to do it since Apple didn’t exactly stock them with the intent that they’ll be in as high demand as the carrier-specific models.
You can get the iPhone 7 for $650 and the iPhone 7 Plus for $770—to start. Those prices jump depending on the capacity. These prices are for the 32GB models. The 128GB models are $750 and $870 respectively. If you need the biggest size possible, the 256GB runs for $850 and $970.