Apple’s case for many more iPhone 4 sales begins in earnest from Friday the 30th of July, when 17 more countries get what will surely be quickly sold-out stocks of its iPhone 4, presumably with a free case to help close the AntennaGate after the bad horse of publicity had already bolted.
Telstra will launch iPhone 4 in Australia on July 30 but as usual being on the country’s best mobile network will come at a price. For a device like the iPhone 4, which is simply made for being online anywhere at any time, the best Telstra can offer for the top end model on even the most expensive capped plan is a meagre 500MB of data.
After 10 months of delays and rumours, Apple late tonight (Wednesday) confirmed that the white version of its iPhone 4 would go on sale in Australia and a number of other countries tomorrow (Thursday 28 April).
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Featured | Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: MobilityApple’s iPhone 5 has launched at last, matching most of the leaked rumours over the last 6 months, but the wait continues for in-store availability due in Australia and 8 other countries from September 21 and another 22 countries from September 28.