Adding further fuel to the fire that Apple Inc. will drop the 3G bomb on June 9th, during CEO Steve Jobs' Keynote address, InfoSyncWorld is claiming that, once announced, the 2nd generation iPhone will be made available via AT&T roughly 10 days later, on approximately the 18th or 19th.
InfoSyncWorld further speculates on HSDPA, GPS, Mobile TV, and other oft-cited iPhone 3G rumors.
And with the time left before WWDC growing shorter and shorter, when it comes to speculation and rumors, no doubt we ain't seen nothing yet!
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I want to know when the App store is going to launch! The new apps will be an awesome way to take advantage of the new 3g version!
That would surely fall in line with the rumors floating around about At&t employees being denied vacation time starting June 15th. I can't wait until the 9th when, hopefully, some concrete info pops.
Me too wants to know about launching of the apple store.
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