We've already seen old Apple ally O2 along with more recent Cupertino fans Vodafone and Orange confirm the iPhone 4 on their networks, but now the gates are widening further.
Out of the blue T-Mobile has stepped forward to confirm it will also be selling the new iPhone from its official launch date on 24 June. Keeping things short and sweet, its official statement reads:
"T-Mobile UK will launch iPhone 4, the thinnest smartphone in the world with the highest resolution display ever built into a phone. Further information on launch timings, pricing and tariff plans will be revealed in due course."
On closer inspection we probably shouldn't be too surprised at this news. Orange bought T-Mobile UK last year which no doubt smoothed the process as well as its long term plan is to unite both networks under the Everything Everywhere umbrella tag.
Whether the news all four major UK networks now have the iPhone will weigh for or against the chances 3 may harbour of landing the handset remains to be seen. I suspect it won't want to be left out...