AT&T IPhone 3G Page Down, Working On New IPhone 2009? [Update]

Posted: Jun 6 2009, 12:39pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:46pm CDT, in News | Apple

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It is the weekend before the highly anticipated Apple WWDC 2009 keynote will take place and we all expect to see a new iPhone.
My update scanner just notified me about a change on the AT&T iPhone page. Well, it is gone. When you click on the iPhone feature on the AT&T homepage you get to a Site Map Page. What does this mean?
Is AT&T not taking orders for the current iPhone 3G anymore? Are they reworking the pages for the new iPhone? Is this just a fluke and the iPhone page will be back in 5min? (The time right now is 13:34 EST). Update: AT&T iPhone page is back online. Cannot see a difference.

Well, I have no idea. My guess is AT&T does not want to take orders anymore for the current iPhone 3G over the web. Either they are out of stock or they are working on the backend to get ready for the new iPhone(s).
Anyway anticipation for the new iPhone is spiking. Yesterday we saw some new photos from Italy that are supposedly showing the new all black iPhone.
More New iPhone Rumors.

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