Whether you’re happy with Apple’s iPhone 4S announcement or still a little disappointed the morning after, the important thing now is deciding whether it’s worth upgrading to the new device and which networks will be offering it.
According to Digital Spy, so far it seems all of the UK’s major networks have hinted at providing the handset apart from Virgin Mobile, but exact details and pricing are yet to be confirmed by anyone.
Orange has launched a page which asks customers to express their interest in the device so they can receive availability news ASAP.
T-Mobile, Orange’s partner, seems to have a similar page but when you click on it the link is broken. We’ll keep checking that and let you know when it’s up and running.
Vodafone is pretty much the same story, with a quick off the mark registration page.
O2 has a dedicated iPhone 4S area too, with details from Apple’s website about the new device. There’s nothing about when it’ll be available or a pre-registration section though, just an elusive “coming soon”.