The New York Times just published a story titled: "The Guessing Game Has Begun on the Next iPhone". The NY Times is a bit late to the 3G iPhone rumor topic and apparently thinks it just started.
The 3G iPhone guessing game already started when the original iPhone got released a year ago or even before, when we all hoped the first iPhone would already be 3G.
Maybe the NY Times wants to give its readers the feeling they are up to date with this headline.
I could not find anything new in this article that has not been published before about the 3G iPhone. June 9th draws nearer and hopefully Steve Jobs will give what we want in his keynote: Subsidized 3G iPhones with GPS shipping in June world-wide.
Read the NY Times article here. Read all our 3G iPhone coverage.
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