The iPhone 4 UK prices have been reportedly announced on the Apple website.
Customers can reserve unlocked phones to pick up in store, with the 16GB iPhone 4 costing £499 and the 32GB iPhone 4 costing £599 – both without contract.
The latest release of the iconic mobile phone is due to be released on June 24 and to go on pre-order today.
O2, Vodafone, Orange, Three and T-Mobile will all range the iPhone 4 but they are yet to open pre-orders.
O2 is leading the pack by revealing its iPhone 4 tariffs – the cheapest Pay Monthly deal is £25 a month with 100 free minutes, unlimited texts, 500MB of data and unlimited Wi-Fi.
A test page accidentally published by Vodafone listed iPhone 4 tariffs and prices. The cheapest tariff for the 32GB iPhone 4 was £25 a month for two years with the phone costing £280. It was free on a £60-a-month two year deal. The 16GB iPhone 4 was £189 as part of a £25-a-month two year deal or free with a £45 0r £60-a-month two year deal.
Vodafone would not confirm if the prices would be the same when its iPhone 4 tariff and phone pages went live.
The only UK network not to range the iPhone 4 is Virgin.
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