Trying to breathe some life into the stale topic of yet more iPhone news?
Considering that the UK actually received its first iPhone back in January and was being reported on even as far back as August of 2006, it’s no wonder that Gordon is sick to the back teeth writing about the damned thing!
However, it seems that Apple feels it still hasn’t received enough space on our news pages and so it appears that the (still unconfirmed) joint deal with T-Mobile and Vodafone, which seemed to have been confirmed by iPhone hackers, may not have told the whole story.
According to the Financial Times, O2 may be after a slice of Apple’s iPhone pie (or should that be the other way around?). Of course while more competition can only be a good thing and should inevitably lead to a reduction in price of the rather pricey handset (assuming Apple won’t enforce a set one), we can’t help but think that it would be nice if either Apple, or one of the networks, would actually confirm or deny one or all of these claims currently flying around. Or at the very least give us a UK release date?