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Apple’s New iPhone Could Be Released On June 18

June 4th, 2010 06:09 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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Boy Genius Report is claiming that according to their sources, Apple is very likely to launch its next generation iPhone on June 18.

It is widely expected that Steve Jobs will unveil the fourth generation iPhone on Monday during the WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2010 Keynote address.

BGR reports:

We have confirmed with multiple AT&T store reps that their sales quotas for the month of June are ridiculously high. Yes, this means the iPhone is confirmed to launch in June, not July. Knowing how many units stores received per day/week last year, if the iPhone launched in the last week of June, on Friday the 25th, we’re pretty sure the new sales quotas couldn’t be met (in-store orders don’t count as they don’t get recognized until the customer picks them up). We have heard stores having a 25-30% increase in their sales quota, so we’d like to think the next Apple iPhone will launch on Friday, June 18th. We’ll see pretty shortly.

This is the first time we’ve heard the possibility of June 18 as the launch date for iPhone 4G/iPhone HD. We have also heard rumors that Apple’s new iPhone could go on sale on June 7 and June 22.

But if we’re to go by what happened last year then June 18 could be the launch date of much awaited Apple’s new iPhone. iPhone 3GS was unveiled on June 8, 2009 and was available on June 19, 2009.

We’re really excited and can’t wait to see Apple’s fourth generation iPhone.

[via BGR]

Source: Apple’s New iPhone Could Be Released On June 18

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