After the Germans first took their shot on exposing the truth about Apple’s forthcoming 3G iPhone, this time around we have the Austrians, backed by mobile network operator T-Mobile, which just recently launched its very own 3G mobile network.
Someone from T-Mobile Austria supposedly confirmed that the 3G/UMTS iPhone will be available soon during a press conference at Vienna. They follow this up by saying that Austria will likely be among the first countries in the world to have 3G iPhones.
This rumor goes perfectly with our earlier reports on Infineon confirming the existence of a 3G iPhone, as well as T-Mobile’s recent foray into the 3G network market.
It is also mentioned in the report that there might be three different versions of a new iPhone coming in June when it’s released, although this has been hard to confirm or prove. Since this year’s World Wide Developers Conference is to be held soon in San Francisco, it is not unlikely that Apple will make the much-awaited announcements and clarifications in the said event.
Meanwhile, we’ll keep you posted on more details as soon as they become available.
Via Der Standard
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