iPhone: T-Mobile Germany confirmed; 3G version '08

Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced that T-Mobile is the exclusive iPhone carrier in Germany. The phone and details are in line with yesterday's UK O2 announcement. Orange is expected to announce its exclusive iPhone deal for France tomorrow.

According to a report from Pocket-lint, Jobs announced at the O2 iPhone launch press event: "We are working on the next iPhone already, the one after that and the one after that... You can expect a 3G iPhone later next year." Jobs' comments fall in line with the various 3G iPhone rumors that we've been hearing, though he didn't give any further indication of exactly when the 3G phone would make its debut. As we reported yesterday, The Street claims it will come out in Q1 next year with A-GPS capabilities.

For more on iPhone's European launches:
- read this press release from the company 

Related articles:
- Apple announces O2 iPhone deal 
- Report: T-Mobile, O2, Orange get iPhone

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