Apple is facing a ban on US imports of some of its devices, in the first patent ruling against Apple in the US to actually affect sales.
When I walked in to the phone shop and saw it on the shelf, I already knew I wasn't going to buy the iPhone 5. It had a small unimpressive screen, looked unremarkably similar to what I already had and and Apple even wanted to force me to buy a new adapter to fit my existing devices. And here was a Samsung phone that was already a generation ahead, with a new model soon to arrive. Is there anything Apple can do?
If you've wanted to buy a new and unlocked iPhone, your only choice has been the Apple Store - but that's now changed. Whether an unlocked iPhone - or any other unlocked handset - is good value depends a lot on how you plan to use it.
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