They're coming... pic.twitter.com/CwDNGw2GV9
— @evleaks (@evleaks) September 30, 2013
The iPhone has officially been available on Sprint since late 2011 and on Sprint MVNO Virgin Mobile since mid-2012, but Boost Mobile customers are still without access to Apple's smartphones, despite the fact that Boost is Sprint's other major MVNO. There's some good news today for Boost subscribers, though, as it looks like that'll all be changing soon.
An image posted to Twitter by @evleaks shows what appears to be some Boost Mobile marketing material that touts the arrival of both the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c. The two documents are fairly similar, highlighting Boost's no contract unlimited plan with Shrinking Payments. The lone difference between them is the tagline, with "Legendary Phone. Legendary Plan." appearing on the iPhone 5s flyer while the iPhone 5c's document highlights the device's color options.
There's no word on when the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c will actually launch at Boost Mobile or how much they'll cost when they do. However, the fact that promotional materials for the two phones have been put together suggest that a debut may not be too far off.
Pricing likely won't be too far off from Apple's full retail pricing, which is set at $649/$749/$849 for the iPhone 5s and $549/$649 for the iPhone 5c, though it's possible that Boost could offer a slight discount. We'll just have to wait a bit longer for more availability details to surface, but hey, at least loyal Boost subscribers can rest easy knowing that the iPhone could finally be near.