I have tmobile and bought a mix of locked / no contract (family of 5).Source?
I thought it was locked to T-Mobile for a minium 30 days or something.
I have AT&T and I just wanted to outright buy my phone without contract, and I just wanna make sure I can somehow do this for launch day.
Doubt it. Get the Verizon version as it will work on T-Mobile and AT&T too.Just like last year, this is one big dilemma.
Are the "contract-free" iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on T-Mobile actually unlocked?
I want to pre-order one the minute it becomes available, but I want an unlocked model.
Oops Thanks for catching that!Read his post closely
Are you referring to contract free from Apple both pre-order and in store?If you buy contract free from Apple it will be unlocked, if you do the same from T-Mobile it will be locked.
I think that if you are not eligible for an upgrade, you can buy on the Apple website and it will charge you full price and not change your contract.there's no "contract-free" Verizon version on Apple's website. Only T-Mobile is listed in full price.
Great find! Seems like the T-Mobile one really is unlocked after all.It says UNLOCKED on the Apple website:
The prices on the bottom are for the contract-free/unlocked T-mobile phones.
I'm pre-ordering one once available. Just have to decide between the 6 or the 6+
Oh dear, now you got me worriedMaybe I'm being picky, but just because they list the price as "Unlocked" doesn't mean the TMo one actually is unlocked.
The TMO contract free 5S from Apple was unlocked.Oh dear, now you got me worried
I don't know, but in Apple's website, T-Mobile is listed as "contract-free" and it's the same price as "unlocked"
If someone who bought a T-Mobile 5s last year when it launch could chime in, that would be really helpful!
(src: http://store.apple.com/us/buy-iphone/iphone6)If you have selected an iPhone for T-Mobile, it will come with the appropriate nano-SIM, but you will need to contact T-Mobile or visit an Apple Retail Store to activate your iPhone.