Enlarge / The iPhone X’s display, with rounded edges and the sensor housing—also called the notch. (credit: Samuel Axon)
Just over a month after the iPhone X debuted, Apple is now selling carrier-agnostic models of the iPhone X. US customers can place orders on Apple’s website for SIM-free iPhone Xs, rather than ordering a device that’s already married to a specific carrier.
Previously, the iPhone X could only be purchased on ATT, Sprint, T-Mobile, or Verizon networks, but the unlocked option allows users to insert any SIM card they want.
The iPhone X supports GSM and CDMA networks, so users can get on nearly any network they want with a SIM card.
The high price tag of the iPhone X remains for the unlocked models: a 64GB device costs $999 while the 256GB model costs $1,149.
Carriers offer the option to pay the price of the smartphone in monthly installments, but those options aren’t available when you buy a SIM-free iPhone X. However, Apple does offer its 24-month special financing program for specific credit card customers.
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