You can now pre-order an iPhone 4 at £499 for the 16GB model or £599 for the 32GB from the Apple store.
The handsets are SIM-free, so you’ll still need to buy a SIM from a mobile network before you can start making calls.
All major networks are expected to start taking pre-orders today.
O2, Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile and Three will all be selling the iPhone 4.
Yesterday, Vodafone’s prices were accidentally leaked online – showing prices of £189 for the 16GB model on the cheapest £25-per-month two-year plan, or for free on a £45 a month contract; and from £280 on the £25-per-month contract for the 32GB, free on a £60-per-month deal.
At the moment, only the black handset is available to pre-order from the Apple store.
Order your iPhone 4 here: apple.com/uk/iphone/pre-order
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