June 25, 2010

iPhone 4 started selling in 5 countries

The new device to watch and try to beat this year is Apple's brand new iPhone 4. With a redesigned exterior and a few more than welcomed upgrades, the new iPhone 4 is the talk of the world as Apple launched it today in five major markets: USA, UK, France, Germany and Japan although the device started to sell in that reversed orders with Japan kicking the whole show off.

We've seen lines, TV reports, anxious customers, problematic deliveries when it comes to AT&T's iPhone 4 pre-orders, shortages and a lot of excitement for the first buyers.

We've also heard how Apple is expected to sell the one millionth iPhone 4 these days but there's also bad news when it comes to this new device. It turns out there are various important issues with it like dropping signal when held in the left hand, yellowish spots on the display and even scratches or damaged units have appeared.

Nonetheless, the iPhone 4 has appeared today and we'll just have to wait and see if the HTC Evo 4G, the Droid X or those brand new upcoming Windows Phone 7 devices will be able to beat it.

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