Just like a plague of locusts, the iPhone is set to descend on numerous countries this year. Watch the competition be devoured. <br><br>Besides Canada, 10 more countries will finally get their hands on legit iPhones. Vodafone got the deal.<br><br>""Later this year, Vodafone customers in Australia, the Czech Republic, Egypt, Greece, Italy, India, Portugal, New Zealand, South Africa and Turkey will be able to purchase the iPhone for use on the Vodafone network," the British-based firm said in a statement without giving any more details. "<br><br>
I've no doubt it's coming. It's a matter of how much Robbers is going to gouge us for. <br><br>Contrary to what some have speculated, we'll be getting the new 3G iPhone like everyone else. We'll know in a month what the specs are.<br><br>
More news<br><br>"RBC Capital Markets' Mike Abramsky recently returned from Apple Inc.'s (AAPL) headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. bearing good news. In a note to clients on Monday, he said his research on Apple's upcoming 3G and faster processor will unleash the iPhone's real potential."<br><br>"The new iPhone will likely allow cut/paste, home screen personalization, landscape/portrait mode, and other capabilities (e.g. Flash support on Safari) absent on the EDGE version. It may also showcase video/voice capture/messaging, streaming video, and real-time GPS location-based services.<br><br>Apple's business model behind the iPhone impressed Mr. Abramsky enough to raise his device shipment forecast to 14 million units in 2008 and 24 million in 2009.<br><br>As to exactly when the iPhone will be available in Canada, Mr. Abramsky estimates it will arrive in the third quarter of this year. At 10% the size of the U.S. market, more than 300,000 iPhones could be sold in Canada later when they become available."<br><br>
IF the supplier discounts the iPhone even $100 - there'll be an avalanche !!<br>Apple 's 25 million requested will be a drop in the bucket.<br><br>course as an AAPL holder - it will just break my heart !!! <br><br>David (OFI)
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