iPhone 4G at WWDC 2010: UK Exceptions

By Peter Chubb - Apr 29, 2010

We discussed yesterday that Apple had announced that WWDC 2010 will begin on June 7 and will run until June 11 at the Moscone Center West in San Francisco. And the one thing that we hope Steve Jobs announces during his keynote is the iPhone 4G.

We know that Jobs will focus on the iPad, the iPhone OS 4.0, but it is the new versions of the iPhone and OS X that we want. However, we have to wonder if the iPhone 4G is outed, what will the UK expectations be? Apple normally launch a new handset a few weeks after announcing it – last year both the U.S. and UK got the iPhone 3GS on the same day, but this has not always been the case.

When the original iPhone was released back in 2007, the UK did not get the handset for months after, this was also the case this year with the iPad. It certainly seems unfair that Apple favors the U.S. over the UK, but poor stock levels dictate to them their release road map.

We just hope that Apple will stock pile a huge number of the iPhone 4G – they know that the device will sell in its millions in just the first few day, so there is no excuse to say that did not expect these amount of sales.

Do you think that the iPhone 4G will be released in the UK at the same time as the U.S.?

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