- Apr 12, 2001
Gizmodo claims to have received confirmation from "sources close to the 3G iPhone launch" that the 3G-capable iPhone will indeed be introduced at Apple's Worldwide Developer's Conference.
The news comes as no surprise with the avalanche of evidence that has been suggesting the same. Gizmodo, however, pinpoints June 18th at the specific launch day for Spain, and expects world wide availability shortly after the June 9th WWDC launch.
They also suggest that the next iPhone will be offered with more traditional discounts and incentives rather then the fixed price point Apple had been offering with the original iPhone. No specific details have been leaked, though there have been rumors that even AT&T might offer a subsidy on the upcoming 3G iPhone.