Apple plans massive international roll-out of iPhone 2.0

“Apple is clearly planning a massive international roll-out of the next-generation iPhone, with key indicators suggesting the product will see introduction across all global markets this year,” Jonny Evans reports for Macworld UK.

“Vodafone today confirmed it has secured distribution rights for the device in ten countries, including hugely populous India and Australia,” Evans reports.

“T-Mobile has confirmed its intent to introduce the next-gen device in Austria, while launch plans for Italy have also been confirmed. Plans to introduce the iPhone in Japan, Mexico and Latin America and Russia have also emerged in recent weeks,” Evans reports. “China seems to be the next target market.”

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Adam” for the heads up.]


  1. The wording is a bit ambiguous. I don’t think anyone would argue that India is “populous”, but if he’s referring to the two combined then Australia is a drop in the ocean in terms of numbers and kind of odd to lump in with India. If he’s calling them both “populous” individually then that’s just wrong. It’s big but not full. Of course that’s not to say it isn’t a valuable market.

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