Since ever its debut the new Apple iPhone5 was on sale in 9 countries, including U.S., Canada, U.K., Germany, France, Australia, Japan, Hong Kong and Singapore. But on Friday, Apple has launched this new A6-powered behemoth in 22 additional countries, making it now available in a total of 31 nations worldwide.
Apple reportedly aims to make iPhone5 available in a total of 100 countries with 240 carriers by end of this year.
Moreover, the Apple has launched new iPhone5 on a number of the regional carriers in the US, which include C Spire Cricket, CGI, nTelos, Cellcom and Appalachian Wireless. Wherein, online retailers, including Cellcom, nTelos, and Appalachian will be offering a discount on the handset with prices starting at $149 [for 16GB model] on a new contract.
Moving on, if you were wondering when you could get your hands-on over the new iPhone5, you might want to head over to the list of these 22 additional countries below — in case if you’re lucky to stay there only.
- Czech Republic
- New Zealand
So, did you find your country’s name? If yes, then you won’t mind reading our iPhone5 short review here – in case if this is your next pick indeed.