The iPhone 4 has been popping up all around the work recently, So we thought we’d bring you a round up of all the International iPhone news and rumours.
The Apple Online Store UK has reduced the ‘dispatch time’ to two weeks instead of three. They’re also offering, 6 months interest free credit on a minimum order value of £450, which can include the iPhone 4, and any of the iPhone accessories.
As we reported, O2 and Vodafone will be adopting the iPhone 4 and 3GS in Germany, in the coming weeks. T-Mobile will lose its exclusivity, which it has had since 2007
After the countless rumours of a Verizon iPhone, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times, have said that a CDMA Verizon iPhone will be coming early 2011.
Like the UK, Canada’s shipping time has been reduced to two weeks.
Telkom Kenya (Orange Kenya) has retained their existing exclusivity deal with Apple, and have launched the iPhone 4 on their network.
According the the Wall Street Journal, Apple have been talking to Reliance Communications Ltd and Tata Teliservices Ltd to release a CDMA iPhone in India. It has been said that Tata have been in talks with Apple for four to five months.
Any other international iPhone 4 news this week we might have missed? Let us know in the comments below. Still don't have an iPhone 4? What news are you waiting for?
by George Lim