“The iPhone 3G is now on sale directly from Apple in the city of Hong Kong, despite no prior announcements, listings reveal,” MacNN reports.
“An 8GB phone is selling for $5,400 HK ($692), while a 16GB model costs $6,200 HK ($794),” MacNN reports.
“Notably, iPhones in the region can be ‘activated with any wireless carrier,’ according to Apple, and require only that a carrier’s SIM card be installed prior to sync with iTunes 8,” MacNN reports. “iPhones are already known to be on sale in Hong Kong through 3 HK, owned by Hutchinson.”
“Hong Kong’s iPhones may prove to be unique to China, as the South China Morning Post claims that a stripped-down iPhone without 3G or Wi-Fi is being prepared for the rest of the country,” MacNN reports.
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