Telefonica iPhone stock being recalled in time for September 12th launch?

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  1. wongster41 macrumors regular

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    and yet... another rumor for Sept 12 launch for the new upcoming iPhone

    http://www.engadget.com/2011/08/15/telefonica-iphone-stock-being-recalled-in-time-for-september-12t/


    "Well folks... looks like we're finally getting some meat to all the iPhone 5/4S rumors that have been swirling around for months. We got some interesting news from a vigilant tipster today: beginning August 22nd, Telefonica will begin scaling back its current iPhone stock through September 12th. According to the source, this three week program is a move that "will of course prepare us for the launch of a new smart phone." While the date next month should sound familiar, we've heard recently that the launch will actually take place sometime in October. Either way, a move like this is usually a telling sign that points directly to a new model launch. Keep your eyes pinned here, and prepare yourself, as it appears Mr. Jobs may have something planned for the the fall.

    [Thanks, Anonymous]"
     
  2. Ksizzle9 macrumors 6502a

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    I thought mr.jobs had something planned for the fall all along? Jk, good price of info.
     
  3. Nicolas4ever macrumors 6502a

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  4. Gjwilly macrumors 68030

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    They may be scaling back but then so did Target and Radio Shack.
    Doesn't mean they have any inside knowledge -- that's just good business sense.
    The odds are very, very good that an iPhone will be released in September or October or maybe even November and they all know that.
    To have a month or two of slow sales is far better than siting on a month or two of unsellable product.
     

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