Apple Diverts Resources To Meet June iPhone Launch
Apr 13, 2007, 12:31 PM by (staff)
In a statement yesterday, Apple confirmed that the iPhone is on track to launch in late June. When it was announced in January, both Apple and Cingular were firm about a June launch, but neither company specifically pointed to the end of the month. In order to meet the June deadline, Apple has said it had to pull engineers who were working OS X 10.5 (Leopard) onto the project, delaying the release of the new OS until October.
Does anyone remember....
who's laughing now....
Pull engineers off your OS team for a friggin' phone.
where's their fcc filing?
LEOPARD IS NOT DELAYED
check apple.com and click on Mac OS X Tab.
MAD RUSH TO RELEASE!
ARE THEY GOING TO ADD 3G AND WIFI??
As for 3G, if they're having this much trouble getting the 2G version out the door, and they're that serious about meeting the deadline, then no, I'd say that pretty much puts the nail in the coffin for the idea of 3G in t...
I'm in sad need of a new phone, but as of now, I think I'll just spend $30 on a refurb Nokia 6030 so that I'll be sure to have some $$ when the new iMac model drops. Maybe I'll have enough for an iPhone too. . .