Is Apple the most drama-inspiring tech company of all time or what? We’ve held off reporting about the first-gen iPhone outages in various places now for the longest time already, but now, the iPhone is also classified as currently unavailable in Apple’s very own Online Store.
This would be understandable, given the popularity (heck, it might even be the most popular of its kind in the world) of this device to consumers. But if you consider the fact that this is the first time this has ever happened, it makes you wonder what might be in store for all of us next.
It has been said that the 3G iPhone is already a finished product, and in lieu of Apple tradition, it could just be waiting for a big event to be launched in. Well, Apple’s WWDC for 2008 is coming very soon, so an announcement in that said even could be likely.
But of course, we’re also hearing that the launch could be done in August, if not early September. I guess there’s really no way to make sure what this “iPhone currently unavailable” hullabaloo is really all about.
Whatever it is, we’ll be sure to keep you updated with the latest info pronto.
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