- Conyers hits Farrakhan 'racist, anti-Semitic' talk - 2013-05-24
- Thunder star Kevin Durant makes $1M tornado pledge - 2013-05-23
- Doctors save Ohio boy by 'printing' an airway tube - 2013-05-23
- Embattled Toronto mayor fires chief of staff - 2013-05-23
- Sergio Garcia will pay dearly for Tiger remarks - 2013-05-23
Colors, prices, dates on new iPhone
Created on Friday, 21 September 2012 09:53 Last Updated on Monday, 03 December 2012 20:13 Published on Friday, 21 September 2012 09:53 Written by Associated Press Hits: 1386
|UNVEILING—Apple CEO Tim Cook during an introduction of the new iPhone 5 in San Francisco, Sept. 12. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)
COLORS: Black or white.
MODELS AND PRICES: 16 gigabytes of storage, $199; 32 GB, $299; 64 GB, $399. These prices assume a two-year service agreement.
At each price level, there will be three different models. The differences between them lie in their ability to connect to different “4G LTE” networks around the world. For instance, one model will connect to AT&T's U.S. network and Bell’s Canadian one, while another will connect to Sprint’s and Verizon's U.S. networks and KDDI’s network in Japan.
OLDER PHONES: With a two-year contract, the iPhone 4S will now sell for $99 and iPhone 4 will be free.
DATES: Advance orders began last Friday. The iPhone 5 will be available this Friday in the U.S., Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore and the U.K.
On Sept. 28, the iPhone 5 will be available in 22 more countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland.
Digital Daily Signup
Sign up now for the New Pittsburgh Courier Digital Daily newsletter!
- Time to share the ‘truth’ about ‘timeshares’ (5)
- Community outraged over toddler’s shooting death, Rayco declares 'War' (1)
- Protecting Black Americans’ right to compete (2)
- Sergio Garcia will pay dearly for Tiger remarks (1)
- Detroit's emergency manager takes on critics in candid interview about city’s future (1)