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Shoppers interested in purchasing an iPhone will no longer be locked into a two-year AT&T contract, reports AppleInsider. "Apple retail stores as of Thursday are selling unrestricted quantities of the iPhone 3G at the full, non-subsidized price of $599 for the 8GB version and $699 for the 16GB models." [AppleInsider]