Apple Sets Australian Price For iPhone 4

We know the iPhone 4 goes on sale this Friday, and now we know how much it costs. If you buy the 16GB model direct from Apple, it will cost $859, according to a press release sent from Apple late on Monday night.

The 32GB model will say directly for $999, an an 8GB version of the iPhone 3GS will also go on sale for $719. The phone will be sold outright through Apple’s stores, resellers and on its site, though as of Tuesday morning that pricing data had not been placed online.

As is usual, we still don’t have any pricing for iPhone 4 plans from Australian carriers. Optus has announced plans to open for business at midnight to sell the phone, and 3 and Vodafone have said pricing data will be revealed this Wednesday.

Like the sound of Telstra’s plans? Rather have more data and fewer calls? Waiting for the other prices to get announced? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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