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Apple UK will sell the iPhone 4 Sim-free.

Pre-order pricing, posted today, puts the 16GB version of the iOS 4 handset at a whopping £499 and the 32GB version at £100 more.

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Only black iPhone 4s are available to order now.

A Sim-free iPhone 3GS can be ordered for £419. It has 8GB of storage.

Apple iPhone 4 pre-order

Alas, while Apple has posted iPhone pricing, it hasn't yet put up the pre-order page.

Apple already sells factory-unlocked iPhones in other territories, such as Australia. This is the first time it has done so in the UK.

All three handsets - 3GS, 4 16GB and 4 32GB - will ship on 24 June. ®

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