Currently, the iPhone 4 is on sale in five countries: the U.S., the U.K., Germany, France, and Japan. Also included on the list for July 30 are Austria, Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, New Zealanad, Singapore, Spain, and Sweden. However, Apple did not disclose what the pricing for the iPhone 4 will be in any of these countries, irking some international customers. At the time of this writing, Apple online store listings for the iPhone 4 in those countries still say only “Coming Soon.”
The rollout is expected to continue in August with 24 additional countries; Apple hopes to hit 88 countries by the end of September, marking the fastest rollout for any iPhone model. Meanwhile, the company has encountered repeated delays in producing the white version of the iPhone 4, which has now slipped until later in the year.