Leaked T-Mobile Apple iPhone ads and launch date in Germany!

On September 10, 2007, in Uncategorized, by KLS

Just over the weekend I read some exciting news off Gadgettastic regarding some leaked details of the Apple iPhone’s soon to come launch. As seen in the ad below (read in German I believe), iPhone is due to arrive Germany by November 12, “Das Kulthandy aus den USA endlich in Deutschland”, probably reads something like “the mobile phone as seen in USA to arrive in Germany”. Why Germany? As we mentioned previously in one of our posts, T-Mobile will be the sole carrier to bring the Apple iPhone to Germany, while other countries of the EU like France will be brought by Orange, click here to revisit that post.

Apple iPhone Germany Ad

As seen in the ad, the iPhone will come in a 16Gb version, along side a 2-megapixel camera, it will be a 3G phone (HSDPA)! The handset will be retailed at about £340, while tariff packages that will go with the iPhone will vary from £33 to £46 which isn’t terribly expensive comparing to what we normally use here in the UK. However, whether these prices and the launch date of iPhone in the EU will be ‘sync-ed’ with that of the UK still remains unknown…

[via Gadgettastic]

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