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Some RadioShacks still stocking 16GB iPhone 4

updated 09:20 am EST, Thu January 12, 2012

Quantities likely extremely low

Some RadioShack outlets may still be stocking the 16GB version of the iPhone 4, a new training document suggests. The document states that both 8 and 16GB models are available for $100 with a two year contract, and that the offer is "good for AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon." No 16GB iPhone was ever built for Sprint however; only the 8GB option is available with that carrier.

A warning in the document cautions that the 16GB model "may not be in great supply." Apple officially discontinued the product when it announced the iPhone 4S, but many 16GB iPhone 4s were left in circulation for carriers and other vendors to clear out. At this point, though, companies would have had about three months to sell old 16GB phones.



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  1. SMacSteve

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    Target Mobile will have the same phones (factory refreshed) at $69 and the 32GB versions at $169

  1. charlituna

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    Joined: Sep 2009

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    still stocking

    more like still haven't managed to sell out of the old stock that they can't return to Apple

  1. testudo

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    Joined: Aug 2001

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    re: still stocking

    Um, no. Because we know apple sells every phone they ship, that's why their shipping numbers are valid, while all other companies numbers have nothing to do with sales.

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