Sounds quite improbable, but what the heck — I’m going to cover it nevertheless. Apparently, Apple will be announcing a 3G iPhone on Monday that will be sold in Europe. According to NewsWireless, Jobs&Co will partner with T-mobile and Vodafone, as well as Carphone Warehouse to distribute the fancy device.
The unlikely moment here is that with this move Apple would instantly mock all the people waiting in line to grab their 2.5G iPhone. I could imagine their frustration once they realize that their counterparts across the pond surf the Web with the full speed of 3G. Nah, we’ll have to wait for at least a couple of months for the 3G version.