O2 is set to be the first European mobile operator to reach a deal with Apple for its much-hyped iPhone. Apple is to limit iPhone’s European launch this autumn to the UK, France and Germany. It will follow elsewhere in Europe next year, when it will also launch in Asia.
The European iPhone will operate on slower 2.5 generation mobile networks, not the 3G infrastructure of companies such as Vodafone, people close to the situation said.
This can be read in an article in Financial Times.
That’s simple horrible! No phone for Sweden until next year and on top of that no 3G!!
We’re not living in the stone age anymore.
Maybe I should just get a Nokia N95 instead. It has 3G, a 5 megapixel camera and it’s available now.