iPhone with 3G Rumor

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iPhone with 3G Rumor

 

Spanish technology company, SevenClick, reports that Apple will release a 3G version of the iPhone in May 2008.

 

The companies blog reports that it got the information from senior management at Telefonica. Telefonica Spain had hoped to launch the iPhone in that country along with Germany, France and the UK this year. Unfortunately, Apple couldn't supply enough iPhones and Telefonica wanted to negotiate the 30% revenue cut Apple asked for.

 

New iPhones announced in January? If we all wish really, really hard it might just happen.

 

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benet

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Anonymous

I thought that the Iphone was already 8 gigs way would they go back to 3 gigs after getting rid of the old 3 gig Iphone and only selling the 8 gig one

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pschicago

Besides RB's correct comment, the discontinued phone was 4GB, not 3GB.

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Anonymous

sorry my bad

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RB

3G as in third generation mobile (you know, that allows video chat etc) not 3 gigs of storage!

:-)

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Anonymous Guy who Knows People

Sounds reasonable...

Apple is on a 1 year cadence with iPods and will mostly like push the same with the iPhone. The challenge is getting through regulatory and carrier certification, which is when the design gets "out in the wild". Being Apple they'll keep it under wraps until last possible moment.

My bet is 2nd Gen iPhone (w/ 3G) announcement at WWDC'08. Also betting on mini Tablet type device at Macworld in Jan if it's ready. Lot's of independent indicators are looking that way... Technical challenges may put a damper on the Jan date...

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Anonymous

you sound Oh so smart....

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