WSJ: 3G iPhone hits stores in 60 days

The Wall Street Journal's technology columnist Walt Mossberg predicted last week that the 3G iPhone will hit store shelves within 60 days. Mossberg made the comments at an executive summit held by Beet.tv. Mossberg made the prediction while lauding the iPhone's ability to handle video over an EDGE network. The columnist was one of a handful of journalists to receive the original iPhone handset from Apple before its official launch date--so this prediction has a significant amount of weight behind it.

For more on the iPhone:
- read this CNET article about Mossberg's 60 days until the 3G iPhone prediction

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