IPhone rumours are heating up again this week with reports Apple has ordered 10 million new 3G handsets to release in the next few months.
Australia, Spain and Singapore may be amongst the first to receive the next-generation iPhone model later this year. Apple has scheduled an Australian iPhone release for 2008 but has not confirmed if this will involve the new 3G model. Meanwhile Australia’s local networks such as Telstra, Optus and Vodafone are all competing to be the official IPhone carrier when it’s released here. Earlier this month, Telstra dominated iPhone rumours after its search company Sensis placed an iPhone job advertisement. The position was a 3-month contract to help design search applications.