A couple weeks ago, we told you that if you’re interested in buying a new iPhone 6 or 6S, you should consider getting an unlocked one, so that you can get the best deal.
Well, the new report from the Wall Street Journal says that this is no longer the case.
Apple’s contract negotiations have been a sticking point for several years now, and the Journal’s article shows that Apple’s iPhone suppliers are trying to work out a deal that doesn’t break the bank.
If you’re going to buy an iPhone from Apple, you’ll want an unlocked model, the WSJ says.
The WSJ report doesn’t give any details on what that would look like.
The article points out that Apple has a long history of offering customers a choice of carriers, including T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T.
The Journal also points out a couple of things that could help Apple:The WSj also says that Apple plans to introduce a new feature that will allow iPhone 6 Plus owners to buy a new phone for only $1,399.
That could mean that the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will cost $100 less than the iPhone 5s and 5C.
It could also mean that Apple will introduce new iPhone models with larger batteries, the Journal says.
If that happens, we could see the new iPhone being offered for $1 and $2,000 less than other iPhones.
The WSJP report comes just weeks after another Wall Street report showed that iPhone buyers are starting to get a better deal than they thought.
A study from the Consumer Reports blog showed that the average cost of an iPhone is now $1.49, down from $2.69 last year.
The average cost is up from $1 in 2015, according to the WSJP study.
If you’re looking to buy the cheapest iPhone on the market, you might want to look at the $1 price tag on a new Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge or a $300 price tag for a new LG G6.
Update: According to the Wall St. Journal, Apple is not looking to make the iPhone 4S or iPhone 4 for $599.
Apple’s iPhone prices will be going up with the introduction of a new model in 2019.
The iPhone 6 comes out next month, and Apple is expected to start selling the iPhone 7 later in the year.