If you’ve purchased an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus fully priced, chances are you were either able to operate it on any network or unlock it relatively easily, particularly with the T-Mobile model. Until recently, however, Apple hadn’t been selling unlocked and SIM free models of those phones directly. That’s about to change tomorrow, according to 9to5Mac.
The news outlet said Apple will start to sell both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus completely unlocked and SIM free, which means you won’t need to buy any carrier model or worry about unlocking the device before traveling abroad.
The devices will be sold through Apple Store locations and Apple’s website, 9to5Mac said, and will cost the same price as a fully unsubsidized model. That means you should expect to pay at least $649 for the entry-level iPhone 6.
We’ll let you know tomorrow if Apple does indeed follow through, though based on 9to5Mac’s solid track record, we suspect it will.