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T-Mobile Austria Leaks 32GB iPhone Info

T-Mobile Austria may have tipped Apple's hand by temporarily posting a Web page showing an iPhone with 32GB of storage. The Web page was temporarily available on Friday and listed the 32GB iPhone as coming soon.

Apple doesn't talk about upcoming products until it is good and ready, so analysts and consumers have been left to guess when the next iPhone hardware update will happen and what features will be added or improved. Since Apple has a track record of introducing new iPhone models in the June/July window, however, many are speculating that Apple will make an announcement during its World Wide Developers Conference in early June.

Even if Apple doesn't introduce the third generation iPhone at WWDC, the company will talk about iPhone Software 3.0. The software update will bring new features to current iPhone models, such as support for cut-and-paste, and push notifications in third-party applications.

The rumor mill has claimed the next iPhone model will include a 3.2 megapixel camera, a built-in digital compass, better battery life, and 32GB of storage. T-Mobile's slip up supports the increased storage rumor, and may also indicate that an iPhone model update is coming soon.

[Thanks to iPhone Buzz for the heads up.]

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vasic said:

The Australian iPhone carriers are Optus, Telstra and Vodafone. T-Mobile doesn’t have presence there.

On the other hand, in Austria (the German-speaking country between Germany and Slovenia), iPhone is currently available on Orange and T-Mobile.


Dave Hamilton said:

Thanks, Vasic!  You’re right—a mis-read on our part carried into the article. It’s been fixed.  Thanks!


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