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Can I get an iphone online when I live in Europe?


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Hello, I don't know where should I ask this, I hope it's fine here..

I 'm interested in buying a new iphone online (apple store) ,but it seems like it's not possible because I need to create a new phone line which is only for U.S.,is there any way to buy online only the iphone?

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You can buy sim free iPhones from Apple. Not cheap, but you can use it on any network.

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You can buy sim free iPhones from Apple. Not cheap, but you can use it on any network.
Thank you! You meant to read old threads & post in Mac forums? And what is the reputation system? I do silly questions but I didn't understand... Sorry and thanks.
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No worries.
I assume you refer to the messages below my post. They are my standard sig lines, no need to worry.
The search engine is ok, but mine is better But you may not have found the answer to this particularly.
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No worries.
I assume you refer to the messages below my post. They are my standard sig lines, no need to worry.
The search engine is ok, but mine is better But you may not have found the answer to this particularly.
The rep system is to show appreciation for any help people give you.
Ok ,I think I know now! Thanx anyway!
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