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Apple has instructed its manufacturers to produce ten million new model iPhones, equipped with 3G support, a report claims.

Interviewed by iPod Observer, Gartner analyst Ken Dulaney makes the claims, citing "sources in Asia". The analyst speculates the new model iPhone may feature and environmentally-friendly OLED display. As well as being a little more green-friendly, the display technology promises better battery life.

The news suggests Apple may introduce a new 3G iPhone within the first half of 2008, with strong signals suggesting the new breed will appear in June.

 

 

 

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