Best Guide to Buy iPhone from Apple Store
Buying an iPhone at the Apple Store is not as easy as picking out an iPhone from the shelf. It has never been as simple as walking into a clothing store and buying a pair of shoes you just start liking by watching externally. If you come all set and prepared having done some research, then the process is more likely to smoother and an iPhone you actually want to buy will be an easy one for you to pick. Having been an Apple Store expert and a rational consumer myself, I can help you better in getting in and out of the Apple Store with your brand new iPhone in hand more efficiently.
Do Some Research First
You should always make sure that you do some research before going in an Apple Store Keep an idea in mind about which iPhone you might like. The specialist present in the store will always try his best to answer questions and help you decide on a model that matches your requirements, but keeping some ideas in mind before going to buy an iPhone will always keep you from feeling overwhelmed by choices and suggestions mentioned by the specialist.
Note: It's always recommended to go in when you are relaxed and not rushing off to an argument, meeting or appointment.
Make Sure If You Want A SIM-Free iPhone
So, have you decided that you need or want a SIM-free iPhone? Or in other words, do you want an unlocked, international phone that tends to work in any of the countries and with any of the cellular companies' SIM card in it? If yes, then you should ask for the SIM-free phone up front. If you use a cellular carrier excluding AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, or Verizon, you should then get a SIM-free phone. You can easily remove and place the SIM card from your current phone into your new one.
1- If you have no a working SIM card, Apple may give you a new one upon a documental request or you can get one from your carrier too.
2- A SIM-free phone cannot be financed so you should plan on having the money available for the hand-to-hand purchase with a full amount of the device.
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