iPhone 4 International Release Date Could Be July 28; iPhone 4 Launching in 88 Countries By September

July 9, 2010, By Alex Ion

We know that many of you who are not from the United States, UK, France, Germany or Japan, are eagerly waiting for the iPhone 4 to be launched in your countries. What we didn’t know so far was when will Apple debut their sleek new iPhone internationally. We do now!

iPhone 4 international release date

According to a series of Twitter messages by Spanish carrier Movistar, the sleek mobile phone is going to be released to the market on July 28 — and we can almost say it’s a safe bet to consider July 28 as an international release date for other countries, as well. Mainly because the news is coming from the company’s official Twitter account.

By the end of July, iPhone 4 should be available in nothing less than 18 new markets that include Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. And by the end of September nothing less than 88 countries should have the new device for sale.

And while all this sounds great for all those who haven’t got the chance to grab the iPhone 4 by now, we can’t help wonder if Cuperino will also release the updated iOS4 that is said to make the device un-jailbreak-able.

Take it with a pinch of salt folks, we’re yet to receive official details regarding the iPhone 4 international release date.

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