In a move that was clearly rushed, a spokesperson from AT&T reached out to Gizmodo to tell them the real deal behind the appearance of “iPhone Black” on its AT&T Wireless web site. According to the spokesperson, it was used over the weekened for a so-called “scheduled catalog update,” to differentiate between the various iPhone models that were available.
Placeholder text or not, the words “catalog update” still mean that they are going to change something, if not now, then some time in the near future.
If anything, this looks to be nasty cover up of what’s really going on, for as you know, this isn’t the first time that AT&T has spilled the beans on what is supposed to be a secret.
Either way, we’ll be standing by for more information, and hopefully official ones, in the weeks to come.
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