Apple have officially revealed their latest smartphone model, iPhone 4 at WWDC 2010, and with it also comes news of its release date. iPhone 4 will be hitting the UK and United States on June 24th, with pre-orders available from 15th June.
Available in black and white and in 16GB and 32 GB sizes, the iPhone 4 handsets will cost $199 and $299 respectively. The news also sees a drop in price for the iPhone 3GS in the US to just $99 from June 24th. It’d be excellent to see that deal ship over to Blighty too, so fingers crossed. It also seems to herald the end for Old Man iPhone 3G too, bless his poor little ticker.
Also getting the iPhone 4 on June 24th are France, Germany and Japan. A further 18 countries will get the handset in July (Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmak, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland ). A further 24 countries will get the iPhone 4 in August, and another 44 in September, bringing the grand total to 88 territories.
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By Gerald Lynch | June 7th, 2010