However, the new option that allows you to buy a neverlocked iPhone X from any available carrier, makes it possible for you to grab the 10th anniversary iPhone equipped with a Qualcomm LTE modem even if you aren’t a Verzion customer. As you probably know, Apple uses two suppliers for its mobile broadband hardware, Qualcomm and Intel. Reports have claimed that Intel’s modems are slower, but Apple has confirmed that it’s automatically throttling the Qualcomm parts to provide identical products to customers.
Nevertheless, if you still have your preferences it is still good to know that if you are an AT&T and T-Mobile customer, you can order an iPhone X online, choose Verizon as your carrier and then select to receive an unlocked iPhone X with a Verizon SIM card (that you’ll probably never use). The only potential downside is that you can’t opt for the contract option and grab the device for a lower initial payment.
How To: No matter if you order the iPhone X from Apple.com or with the help of the Apple Store app from your iPhone or iPad, make sure that the order Summary confirms that you’re about to buy an
Unlocked iPhone with [carrier name] SIM, as shown in the screenshot available nearby. This indicates that your iPhone X will surly not ship with a carrier restriction included!