updated 01:15 pm EST, Mon November 19, 2007
3G iPhones for Spain?
Apple could ship a faster 3G-enabled iPhone in Spain as soon as May of next year, greatly increasing internet speeds for users who are not within range of an open or trusted Wi-Fi network. A mobile technology blog called SevenClick says that Telefonica, Spain's wireless carrier, is expecting a 3G-capable iPhone in May.
Wireless carrier Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM) is already listing Apple's iPhone as officially available in Italy (Italian), with each carrying a price tag of €800 along with the promise that Italian customers can use any SIM card with their own plans. SetteB.IT reports that 3G may be on its way to that region as well..
The Cupertino-based company has already brought its cellular handset to the U.S., Germany, and the UK. An iPhone launch is also slated for France in the near future.