SIM-free IPhone 4S Priced - Starts At CA$649/€629/£499

By 03:12 Mon, 12 Jul 2021 Comments

As usual, Apple only mentioned the pricing of the US version of the iPhone 4S at the announcement of the smartphone. Today, however, we also got the unlocked price of latest iPhone thanks to the regional Apple stores' websites.

Canadians unwilling to sign a long-term contract will have to pay CA$649 if they want to acquire the iPhone 4S. That equals US$616 or €460 and you don't need us to disclose you that it is among the highest price tags on the market.

Presumably, the 32GB and 64GB versions of the iPhone 4S will be going for an extra $100 and $200 respectively.

As for the European pricing of the iPhone 4S - Apple Germany says that it will start at €629, whereas the UK citizen will have to part with at least £499 to acquire the latest iOS smartphone.

Apple also listed the SIM-free pricing for the 8GB version of the iPhone 4. That one goes for CA$549/€519/£429, which doesn’t seem like the bargain of the century either. Granted, you are getting the same design and display, but it's a smartphone that's more than a year recent and that alone is worth a more significant price cut. Not to mention that the available (non-expandable) storage is quite limiting.

And yet the strangest deals of them all is the iPhone 3GS, which will sell for CA$375/€369/£319 when purchased without contract. For that money you are getting a two-year recent design, HVideo Graphics Array (VGA) screen, 3 megapixel capturing camera with Video Graphics Array (VGA) video recording, a 600 Mega Hertz (MHz) Central Processing Units (CPU) and 256 Mega Bytes (MB) of RAM. Seriously, Apple?




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