“Singapore Telecommunications Ltd, Southeast Asia’s largest telecoms firm, will launch Apple Inc’s third-generation iPhone [sic] in Singapore before the end of August, a source familiar with the matter told Reuters,” Jennifer Tan reports for Reuters.
MacDailyNews Note: Apple’s second-generation “iPhone 3G” uses third-generation (3G) mobile phone standards and technologies.
“SingTel , the city-state’s largest listed company, said in June it would offer the iPhone, but did not provide a date for the release,” Tan reports.
Apple “plans to launch [iPhone 3G] in 20 more countries on Aug. 22,” Tan reports. “It has set a target of selling 10 million iPhones this year.”
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