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T-Mobile sets end-of-life notice for iPhone

updated 12:00 am EDT, Fri June 6, 2008

T-Mobile EOL iPhone

T-Mobile is allegedly preparing to dump the first generation iPhone in anticipation of the 3G-enabled version, a move it appears to anticipate happening on the July first. ZDNet reports that the German telecom recently posted a sticky-style notice on its iPhone plans, stating it would cease selling the device on June 30th this year. While T-Mobile did not expressly say that the 3G version would follow the next day, the iPhone's current and potential worldwide popularity hint that the new version would not be far behind.

Apple is expected to unveil the 3G iPhone with associated iPhone 2.0 software and services next week at the WWDC in San Francisco.

by MacNN Staff



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    Joined: Dec 1969


    Wrong translation

    The news report published by ZDNet is wrong: The notice does not refer to the iPhone but to the tariff "Complete S". The small hint at the bottom of the page says "Angebot Complete S ist befristet vom 07.04. bis 30.06.08", which means "Complete S is limited from April 4 to June 30".

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