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O2 website claims Apple?s machine in no longer available through mobile operator

iPhone ‘no longer available’ at O2

We’ve already heard reports claiming that the majority of O2 outlets have run out of stock of Apple’s iPhone following last month’s £100 price cut – and now rumours are spreading that O2 will not be receiving new stock until the upcoming (though still officially unconfirmed) 3G model arrives.

The iPhone page on the O2 website (pictured) claims that the device is ‘no longer available’.

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