Wanting to get the iPhone 4? Well, tough luck. Popular demand for the phone has left Optus and Telstra with no stock of the popular phone, with Vodafone reporting that it has limited stock left.
Vodafone’s update, however, was five hours ago (according to time of writing), and most likely to have sold out. It also appears that Three has also sold out, or orders aren’t starting until they have enough phones to cover both Vodafone and Three.
Both Optus and Telstra are picking up pre-orders for the phone, with Optus reporting a four week waiting period – most likely to get to the orders that have already been pre-registered.
Unlike the iPhone 3GS, the iPhone 4 will not be in the hands directly, with a 3 week delay on orders before shipping the phone. However, pricing has been revealed on the Apple Store site. The 16GB model will sell for $859, while the 32GB model will sell for $999 – yes, that is bloody expensive, so it’s better get the one that is already subsided by the carriers.
Similar to the situation in the US, the white model is not available for order.