An unlocked SIM-free iPhone is attractive for travelers who might want to use their iPhone overseas with a local SIM card.
The SIM-free iPhone X will work with any carrier, whether it's a GSM one like AT&T or T-Mobile, or a CDMA operator like Sprint or Verizon.
This means that you can buy an iPhone from Apple without specifying which carrier you'd like to use it on. Verizon's iPhones are typically unlocked from the get-go, as are iPhones that are purchased on Apple's early upgrade plans and without a carrier contract. This version gives the freedom of activating the phone at any local or worldwide carrier by simply getting a SIM card from your desired operator.
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The release of a SIM-free iPhone X is especially beneficial for AT&T and T-Mobile customers. "Your iPhone will only be tied to your carrier if you choose carrier financing". If you selected the SIM-free iPhone, you'll need to insert your own nano-SIM card or obtain one from the supported carrier of your choice and activate it in order to use your iPhone.
According to 9to5Mac.com, Apple says it will deliver the SIM-free version of the iPhone X by December 12 - in line with other versions of the device.
Over in the United Kingdom the phone has never had to be tied to a carrier when purchased, and the store is now showing a delivery date of December 13 if you buy it today.