On the 30th July the iPhone 4 is set to launch across 17 new countries worldwide, so in many of these countries people are now lining up outside Apple Stores, carrier stores, and carrier resellers that has been able to get a bit of stock of the iPhone 4.
With the iPhone 4 launching internationally, what about iPhone 4 stock levels? We already know that Apple has been struggling to keep supply up with demand here in the UK, so unless they have found ways to improve supply and production, expect short supply for a period to come, worldwide.
The countries that are now getting the iPhone 4 are:
- Hong Kong
- New Zealand
In some of these countries shops were preparing to open up at midnight to start selling the iPhone 4 to customers. Like in the UK, in many of these countries you will be able to buy the iPhone 4 sim free, but it will cost you.
In addition to these 17 new countries, another carrier in the UK is also set to start selling the iPhone 4 from the 30th July. Three network is the fourth provider of the iPhone 4 in the UK. You can check out their prices and tariffs, compared with other networks, in our iPhone 4 UK buyers guide here.
As for the international launch, we would love to hear stories and updates from people around the world that has been queuing up to get their hands on the iPhone 4 at launch, so please leave comments below.