Apple To Show IPhone At CeBit 2007?

Posted: Feb 23 2007, 9:05am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:05am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
Apple to show iPhone at CeBit 2007?
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Apple has not been exhibiting at CeBit since 1999. Heise (German) reported today that Apple is exhibiting at the special show lifestyle@CeBIT.

Apple is supposed to show the iPhone, Macs and iPods. At least this is what the CeBit organizer Deutschen Messe AG is saying.
In an update to the Heise story, an Apple spokes person says that Apple is not taking part in the lifestyle@CeBIT show and throws in that the iPhone will be available in Europe at the end of the year.

So what is going on? CeBit needs some good news after the reports appeared end of 2006 that the number of exhibitor is declining.
The iPhone would be a big enough reason for Apple to come back to the CeBit and do what everybody is waiting for - announcing a 3G version of the iPhone. We will watch this story.
More details about lifestyle@CeBIT can be found here.

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