The iPhone 5, announced yesterday, can be ordered tomorrow at 8 a.m. at U.S. stores, Sarah Spencer, a spokeswoman for the Bentonville, Arkansas-based retailer, said in an interview. The newest version of the best-selling smartphone will sell for $189.97 with a two-year contract, Spencer said. That's cheaper than the $199 price announced by Apple, which will also begin taking orders tomorrow.
Walmart will also offer the iPhone 4S for $89.97 with a two year contract and the iPHone 4 for $0.97 with a two year contract.
Pre-orders will be available to pick-up on September 21st. The same day the iPhone 5 launches at the Apple Store.