…and leaves a sign of its appearance on Apple’s promotional material. As noted by a 9to5mac reader, there’s some signage going on at the Apple Stores in the U.S. which seems to confirm a report from Reuters back in October about a delay of the white iPhone 4 until “Spring 2011”.
In October, Reuters reported:
Apple Inc said on Tuesday that it would delay release of the white iPhone yet again, this time until next spring.
“We’re sorry to disappoint customers waiting for the white iPhone again,” Apple spokeswoman Trudy Muller said. When asked why the white phone would again be delayed, Muller declined to comment.
Of course Apple might delay the white unit again come Spring 2011 to never ship the actual product, but the fact that Apple’s own promo stuff mentions this release date is noteworthy.
And hey, if the white iPhone will never see the light of day – you might just be lucky enough to walk into a bar and find one.
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