With the 6th generation Apple iPhone rumored to be introduced on September 12th
, the same day it might be available for pre-orders, some carriers and retailers are beginning to cut the price of the Apple iPhone 4S
in an attempt to clean out the inventory before the actual launch of the Apple iPhone 5. One such retailer is Radio Shack which is slicing the price of the Apple iPhone 4S
by $75 to $125 with a 2-year contract starting on Sunday.
That price is for the 16GB variant of the phone. The 32GB model is cut to $225 while the 64GB model will cost $325. The two latter models will also require a signed 2-year pact. The discount is available for new customers and those existing ones with an update to burn.
Sprint lowered the price of the 16GB Apple iPhone 4S to $50 earlier this month by offering a $100 American Express gift card with the purchase of the device
. The Apple iPhone 4S is also available for the Radio Shack Trade & Save program
, which allows customers to trade in their old devices for credit toward new devices.