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#62619 10-Jun-2010 20:28
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I see in the next few months.. any inside info?

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  #340409 10-Jun-2010 20:29
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Within July IIRC

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  #340412 10-Jun-2010 20:34
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I wonder how many times this questioned is going to be asked on Geekzone

 
 
 
 


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  #340503 11-Jun-2010 03:21
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This discussion is pointless. Apple said at their keynote it will be released in NZ in July. So to answer your question it will be released between 1st and 31st July. No one has any inside info. Apple will tell us when they're ready, that's how they roll.




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  #340535 11-Jun-2010 09:45
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As the iPhone 4 hasn't even come out yet, I suspect the iPhone 4g will be at least a year or more away

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  #340539 11-Jun-2010 10:13
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Also note, it's not "iPhone 4G" it's "iPhone 4".





 

 

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  #340610 11-Jun-2010 13:05
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The 4G version I suspect will be called the iPhone 4GS.. LTE plus UMTS unless Verizon has their way..




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  #340614 11-Jun-2010 13:11
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old3eyes: The 4G version I suspect will be called the iPhone 4GS.. LTE plus UMTS unless Verizon has their way..


Apple is not one to jump into new technologies. LTE at the moment is a dream, still some way before becoming a service.




 

 

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  #340758 11-Jun-2010 19:14
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freitasm:
old3eyes: The 4G version I suspect will be called the iPhone 4GS.. LTE plus UMTS unless Verizon has their way..


Apple is not one to jump into new technologies. LTE at the moment is a dream, still some way before becoming a service.


Watch this space  http://phones.verizonwireless.com/3g/#comingSoon_4G




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  #340759 11-Jun-2010 19:18
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old3eyes:
freitasm:
old3eyes: The 4G version I suspect will be called the iPhone 4GS.. LTE plus UMTS unless Verizon has their way..


Apple is not one to jump into new technologies. LTE at the moment is a dream, still some way before becoming a service.


Watch this space  http://phones.verizonwireless.com/3g/#comingSoon_4G


I attended a press web conference with Ericsson last month, and Qualcomm this month... They are pushing it hard, but it's not going to be here next month.





 

 

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  #340999 12-Jun-2010 18:29
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freitasm: Apple is not one to jump into new technologies.


Thats not exactly true.

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