AT&T: iPhone on target for June release

Reuters reported today that a senior AT&T executive has indicated the iPhone is on target for it's release sometime during the month of June.

In recent weeks, internal moves at Apple and reports of battery life testing issues have generated a good deal of speculation that the iPhone would not be available to customers as early as previously reported.

The latest from AT&T, currently Apple's exclusive partner in release of the iPhone, says otherwise. Reuters quoted CEO Randall Stephenson indicating that testing is on schedule and has offered promising results.


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Apple Sticking to June iPhone Release Date

In a recent email update to users signed up for iPhone updates on the Apple Inc website, Apple indicated that they are holding to their June release date for the iPhone. The email quipped to recipients: "Thanks for signing up. You'll be the first to hear the latest about iPhone -- coming this June. That gives you just enough time to think of ways to break the news to your current phone."

Unconfirmed reports further detail this date to be June 11, though these reports are still largely unconfirmed.



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