3G IPhone 60 Days Away Says Walt Mossberg

Posted: Apr 6 2008, 10:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 7:13am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

3G iPhone 60 Days away says Walt Mossberg
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WSJ gadget reviewer, Walt Mossberg said last week at the Bleep.TV executive summit in Washington, that Apple will release the 3G iPhone in 60 Days. Update: Mossberg states that he is guessing the 3G iPhone release date like everybody else does. Via Engadget.

Maybe he already got one in his test lab. On the other hand 60 Days from now is June, which is the anticipated launch time frame for the 3G iPhone for many several reasons.
The WWDC 08 starts on June 9th and the iPhone 2.0 software and SDK launching in June as well. Now what is missing for a big splash is a new hardware gadget - the 3G iPhone.The summit was mostly about broadband and why the U.S. is falling behind. He talks about how IPTV is still not ready for prime time. Watch the video of Walt Mossberg talking at the Bleep.tv summit below.

Via beet.tv and Computer World.

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