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Apple to ship iPhone 3G to 20 countries August 22nd

Back at the WWDC, Apple guru Steve Jobs made a nig point of saying the new Apple iPhone 3G would be launched in 70 countries by the years end. During Apple’s last financial call, Apple CFO Tim Cook hinted they 20 more countries will the iPhone 3G list on 22nd August, making a total of 45.

With August 22nd fast approaching, word is coming out on what countries are likely to gain the iconic mobile phone, although not all 20 countries on the list have been confirmed by Apple as yet.

There are currently 16 countries that have been confirmed to receive the Apple iPhone 3G on August 22nd and they are as follows…

India on Bharti Airtel and Vodafone– The Czech Republic on O2– Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Peru and Uruguay on Telefonica– Poland on Orange and Era– Singapore on Singtel– Hungary on T-Mobile– Philippines on Globe Telecom– Romania on Orange– Estonia on EMT.

Anyone have any ideas on who the final 4 will be?

Source — macworld

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One thought on “Apple to ship iPhone 3G to 20 countries August 22nd”

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    bas says:

    It sounds absolutely ludicrous to me that Apple wants to launch in 20 new countries, where in Spain for example, there are still 200.000 people on waiting-lists for months to get their iPhone.

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