There has been some speculation that iPhone sales in Europe have been less than anticipated. Although there have been few official figures released, a number of things seem to point towards this: 02's increased plan allowances T-mobile's price decrease in Germany The documented poor sales in France The link for the French sales is here: http://www.macworld.co.uk/news/index.cfm?newsid=20889 Although we know there is intense specualtion over a new model being released I'm not sure that this accounts for 02's actions (it's also interesting that 02 have cut iPhone advertising from their main shop window displays) or the poor French sales, which were measured over November to end January. I'm also not convinced that adding 3G is going to make that much difference. Sure, it's a nice feature, but is it really responsible for us Euros holding back? I'm more inclined to look at the price and restrictive carrier business model. Bottom line is that I get the feeling that unless Apple really get to know the European (and Asian) markets a bit better they're going to struggle in these markets. Thoughts?