So far no UK operators have revealed their pricing for the device, either as a one-off purchase or on contracts, but it's likely to be set at a similar level.
All operators have, though, confirmed they will be offering the phone once it's available on 21 September and it's expected pricing will be made available from then.
It will be interesting to see if Everything Everywhere, now called simply EE, attempt to charge a higher price for the device as it will be the only network operator to be able to sell the phone with the promise of being able to take advantage of its 4G capabilities.
The device a larger 4in screen size but is housed within a thinner and lighter design while only weighing 112 grams.
Additionally, the company has integrated a Retina display to the handset and opted for a glass and aluminium body construction with a new A6 CPU which will bring doubled CPU and graphics performance.
The new iPhone features a A6 dual-core processor, a 4in screen, weighs 112 grams and has a screen resolution 1136x640, and a 8MP rear-mount camera.
However, it does lack near field communication support, which could disappoint some as this is now a standard component in most high-end devices, such as the Samsung Galaxy S3.
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