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    iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 Pricing Leaked

    Rhys - October 4th, 2011 10:16 AM

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Prices for the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 on a two-year contract in the United States have been leaked by website MacNewsDaily.

The pricing leaked to MacNewsDaily comes from “a sole source [who] has provided reliable information of Apple’s moves in the past“. However, the website has classified the information as a rumour, but specs and pricing seems to be in line with earlier leaks.

According to the information, a 8GB model will replace the current 16GB and 32GB iPhone 4, which will be available for free on 2-year contracts.

The iPhone 4S will come in 16GB and 32GB flavours and also feature the same 5MP camera as the iPhone 4, although it will contain a faster Apple A5 processor and twice as much memory (RAM). Pricing starts at $99 for the 16GB model and $199 for the 32GB.

The iPhone 5 which comes with a 8MP camera features the same Apple A5 and 1GB RAM as the iPhone 4S, but will also contain a 8MP camera and comes in 32GB and 64 GB offerings.

Below is table of pricing leaked:

  • iPhone 4, 8GB, A4, 512MB RAM, 5 MP main camera, black (GSM) – $0
  • iPhone 4, 8GB, A4, 512MB RAM, 5 MP main camera, white (GSM) – $0
  • iPhone 4, 8GB, A4, 512MB RAM, 5 MP main camera, black (CDMA) – $0
  • iPhone 4, 8GB, A4, 512MB RAM, 5 MP main camera, white (CDMA) – $0
  • iPhone 4S, 16GB, A5, 1GB RAM, 5 MP main camera, black (GSM/CDMA) – $99
  • iPhone 4S, 16GB, A5, 1GB RAM, 5 MP main camera, white (GSM/CDMA) – $99
  • iPhone 4S, 32GB, A5, 1GB RAM, 5 MP main camera, black (GSM/CDMA) – $199
  • iPhone 4S, 32GB, A5, 1GB RAM, 5 MP main camera, white (GSM/CDMA) – $199
  • iPhone 5, 32GB, A5, 1GB RAM, 8 MP main camera, (GSM/CDMA) – $299
  • iPhone 5, 64GB, A5, 1GB RAM, 8 MP main camera, (GSM/CDMA) – $399

UK pricing is still unknown.

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