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Monday, 04 June 2007 11:10

iPhone date and price announced

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No date for EU yet

Apple has
announced that it will start selling its iPhone in the US on June 29. The iPhone will cost $500 or $600, depending on the amount of memory included and will be sold through the online and physical stores of Apple and AT&T.

Apple plans to sell the iPhone in Europe and Japan eventually, but has not announced specific dates. Apple is depending on its iPod fans to push sales of the phone which is expensive by comparison to other hardware on the very competitive market.

Apple shares have been going up in value as analysts have been getting more pessimistic about Apple's chance of success.

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