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Apple iPhone 4 pre-order guide

With the expectant news that the Unlocked  IPhone 4 is soon to be released across the country, buyers are everywhere queuing up to be the first ones to be able to get their hands on this phone. In case you are one such buyer and are planning on getting your hands on the iPhone 4, you will be happy to know that there is a pre-order guide that has been published by AT&T. While the iPhone 4 is set to be launched on June 24th, pre-orders are under way.

Although not much has been stated in this pre-guide, one rule that stands out from the rest is that each customer will only be able to purchase one iPhone. In fact, according to AT&T, only one iPhone 4 will be permitted perhousehold. While there might be some that are disheartened by this, it has most probably been done so as to help Apple cope with the immense demand that will soon follow the launching of for the iPhone 4. Apple is expecting a minimum of 1 million units sold at opening weekend.

We also know that the iPhone 4 will be available in various locations around the country such as Walmart, Best Buy as well as Radio Shack, it has still not be clarified as to whether one would be able to make pre order sales from them. While it was previously stated the Best Buy would allow such pre sales, reports suggest otherwise. There are also other reports coming in suggesting that Apple is preventing any pre orders from stores other than the Apple store, which means you would have to visit your Apple store to get your hands on the iPhone 4.

On the bright side, users are being encouraged by AT&T to have the IPhone 4 Unlocked Gadget shipped directly to their offices or homes so as to avoid activation directly from AT&T. this has been mainly done so as to quell the rush that is expected at the Apple stores. But you can be rest assured that this is in no way going to reduce the number of customers expected to visit the Apple stores around the country to get their hands on the iPhone 4.

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