Meanwhile, those with impeccable taste and a disposable income will be happy to know that the process of purchasing an unlocked iPhone X is simple - and you should even be able to get one in time for Christmas if you act fast. Buyers can opt to pick up the phone from a nearby store or have it delivered, although it looks like it'll only ship from December 12.
Apple has expanded its iPhone X family with the introduction of an unlocked, SIM-free model. Those of you in Australia can get the same delivery date, again SIM-free, but the fact that the deal has now arrived in the USA as well is significant.
The iPhone X earned an "excellent" rating in PCMag's review, nabbing props for its "updated design", "powerful processor", "excellent screen", "first-of-its-kind augmented reality front camera", and-of course-its ability to create animoji. A recent study conducted by Cellular Insights for PC Magazine suggested that the GSM-exclusive version (Model A1901) for those carriers utilizes an inferior modem, supplied by Intel, that is slower on average than the Qualcomm-built modem inside the SIM-free variant, which is the same one used for Verizon and Sprint (Model A1865).
Apple is now selling an unlocked version of its iPhone X that isn't tethered to a specific carrier like Verizon or AT&T.
You can purchase the iPhone X from the link below... In the USA, 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.