iPhone 3G to be available in 70 countries Video
iPhone 3G to be available in 70 countries Video Transcript
[ Music ] ^M00:00:04
>> We distributed iPhone in 6 countries today.
>> We set ourselves the goal of twelve countries for the iPhone 3G, and a stretch goal of getting to 25 countries over the next several months. Well, how do we do [inaudible]? Let me show you. So here we go.
>> These are the countries we've added. ^M00:00:35 [ Music and cheering ] ^M00:01:57
>> Seventy countries. ^M00:02:01 [ Applause ] ^M00:02:15
>> We're going to be rolling out the iPhone 3G in 70 countries over the next several months.
>> We're really thrilled with this. Next time, you're in Malta and you need an iPhone 3G, it'll be there for you. So again, North American, three primary countries, South and Central America, 15 countries, Europe, 29 countries, and Asia and Australia, eight countries. So we're really, really excited about this. And we've been working with these great carriers to get us into these countries. These deals are all signed, sealed and delivered, and we'll begin executing them really soon.
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