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Topic # 65058 28-Jul-2010 18:49
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In case you missed this article in the NZ Herald  (as I did)


http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10661736


Apple's new iPhone 4 goes on sale on Friday but buyers are being kept in the dark about where to purchase it.

The phone will be sold at selected retailers and through the online Apple store but Apple refuses to name the retailers.

A worker at Harvey Norman in Manukau City said staff would not be told whether they would stock the iPhone 4 until Friday and said the same secrecy was applied to the launch of the iPad last week.

"It drives us crazy sometimes," she said.

The iPhone is expected to cost from $1099.



-Not a confirmation but very interesting.

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  Reply # 357900 28-Jul-2010 19:01
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Friend of a workmate claims he saw them on display at a Vodafone store today with pricing etc.... but another friend of a friend of a friend of a cousin's 3rd wife's daughters boyfriends friend saw Elvis last week at the local BK.....




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xpd: Friend of a workmate claims he saw them on display at a Vodafone store today with pricing etc.... but another friend of a friend of a friend of a cousin's 3rd wife's daughters boyfriends friend saw Elvis last week at the local BK.....


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