If you've been desperately holding out to buy an overpriced, unlocked, contract free iPhone 5 — here's your big chance fellas. GO! Buy two even.
Apple has begun selling untethered versions of their wildly popular iPhone 5 in the Apple store online at $649 for the 16GB, $749 for 32 GB and a ridiculous $849 for the voluptuous 64 GB model. Oooh yeah!
This pricing model is fantastic news for Apple stockholders — but the bad news is that an unlocked iPhone 5 is not supported by CDMA networks like those run by Verizon and Sprint. Plus anxious buyers will also be limited to only 2 phones.
That hunk of bad news is going to sting a bit for those greedy vultures on Wall Street.
But please don't mistake my mild sarcasm as discouragement — all you 1% people in the country who have not bought an iPhone 5 yet, trust me, this is the deal for you. Now you'll be free to pitch a tent with any GSM carrier worldwide.
The best news is that Apple is quoting ship times at only one week and shipping is FREE for all the lucky knuckleheads willing to pay too much for that joyous feeling of being unlocked. It's almost like wearing a jockstrap on the outside of your pants because you can.
I'm just kidding! Paying these prices are so much cheaper compared to the ungodly iPhone 5 gouging going on everyday in China. So don't hesitate to move on this epic opportunity Apple is tossing out there.
I think Nike said it best — JUST DO IT!