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May 13, 08 - 5:21 am
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Yesterday, reports were surfacing that the iPhone had been completely sold out at the U.S. and U.K. online Apple stores. Apple confirmed the reports. No more iPhone for you.
In an un-Apple like announcement, the company admitted that it has run out of iPhones at its own online store in both the U.S. and the U.K. Anyone interested in buying an iPhone online will need to go through other channels.
Apple did say that the iPhone is still available at brick-and-mortar stores, as well as at AT&T Mobility retail shops.
The company didn’t comment on the reasons for the shortages at the online store, nor if stocks will be replenished. The fact that Apple said to go to its retail outlets instead suggests that it won’t be stocking back up.
This is yet another sign that the 3G iPhone is nearly at hand.
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