Cupertino based computer company Apple has started to announce the UK prices of their new iPhone 4S, along with an adaptor that can be used for charging the handset from a standard micro USB cable, for £8.
Apple’s iPhone 4S has only just launched, with a faster dual-core processor, a better 8 megapixel camera and the updated iOS 5 platform – in the same form factor as last year’s iPhone 4, with a distinct design change.
Up until now the only prices made public were the America costs of the mobile, which start at $199 for the 16GB Apple iPhone 4S, with the 32GB version coming in at $299 and the new introduction of the 64GB version arrives with a price attached of $399.
Apple has noted on the UK version of their on-line store the prices now start at £499, for the new 16GB iPhone 4S – although no more prices are forthcoming at this time, but we will update One Mobile Ring when the final details have been released.
Pre-ordering of the iPhone 4S handset opens up on October 7th, where the mobile phones will be made available on the 14th of that month and at 8am inside of Apple Stores.
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Apple has now established the prices for the different UK iPhone 4S models, which will all receive a £100 increase from the 16GB version, with the 32GB costing £599 and the 32GB being priced at £699.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com