ThinkSecret, meanwhile, cites moles who claim Apple has delayed its iPhone plan because, it's alleged, it can't get some of the technology to work right. Unlike DigiTimes' "market sources", ThinkSecret cites two "independent" witnesses. They claim Apple is developing the handset from the ground up, and that it's having problems with the transceiver chip it plans to use. They also claim Apple was thinking about a Q3 roll-out, but it's now looking at 2007 at the earliest.
Apple iPhone tomorrow or in 2007?
Posted on Friday, March 31 2006 @ 22:34 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Register Hardware reports there are two different rumours going around about Apple's iPhone. The first one says the company will launch at tomorrow, the celebrate their 30th anniversary, and the other says this cell phone has been delayed to next year.