However, that hasn’t stopped the rumours spreading, so in a nutshell, here’s the gist: Apple will start selling a 16GB iPhone from 1.30pm today in the UK, and it’ll cost £329. The speculation has been fuelled by the fact that at the time of writing, the US Apple Store is down for an update.
Yes, I’m thinking what you’re thinking. If it’s going on sale in the UK, why isn’t the UK store down? And it isn’t. Still, you know how us bloggers get when there’s a sniff of a surprise Apple announcement, so I’ll reserve judgement until 1.30pm. Watch this space…
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