We didn’t see this one coming. O2 just announced it’s stopped selling the iPhone. A holding page on its website lists the iPhone’s 8GB and 16GB models as “no longer available”. It can only mean one thing: the 3G iPhone commeth.
We’ve known for a while that a 3G iPhone is imminent. Speculation over dates seems to have settled on June. But does Apple have a surprise up its sleeve for Britain?
Sure, AT&T has cancelled staff holidays in June and July, but that’s in the states. Is O2 really going to stop selling its most exclusive handset for a whole month while we wait for America to catch up?
Britain has had 3G phone networks for years, while the US is still busy building theirs. That means the UK could be in for an advance taste of Apple’s juicy new 3G phone. Keep it here, and we’ll bring you all the latest iPhone news as soon as we hear it.
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