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Apple iPhone 4 arriving one day early on Wednesday, June 23rd

22 June 2010 6,360 views 2 Comments

Wait is over for arrival of Apple iPhone 4!! Apple has apparently sent out emails notifying at-least to some who ordered iPhone 4 that it might arrive on Wednesday, June 23rd. For those who choose to pick it up at store instead, E-mails went out reminding customers to pick it up, beginning in Thursday morning. Reservations will be take place until the end of business day. Retailers Best Buy, RadioShack, AT&T, and Apple exclusive U.S. carrier will also be selling the new iPhone.

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In the last week, Apple began to take orders and sold its entire first inventory of 600,000. Customers jammed Apple, AT&T websites and customer service phone lines for this revolutionary product. Online orders are now promised delivery by July 14. Meanwhile checkout the e-mail sent by Apple to the Apple iPhone bookers.

Apple email Content sent to customers says:

Dear Apple Store Customer,

You recently received a Shipment Notification email from Apple advising you that your iPhone has shipped.

This email is to confirm that your delivery will occur on June 23rd. Although Apple and FedEx tracking information may currently indicate a later date, you can check the FedEx website the morning of the June 23rd to track your package to your doorstep.

In the event that you will not be available to accept delivery on June 23rd, it may be more convenient to use our pre-sign delivery option by visiting our Order Status website at http://www.apple.com/orderstatus

Sincerely,

The Apple Store Team

So, get ready to grab it from near stores and rock your world with iPhone 4G!


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