If you're looking forward to getting your hands on an Apple iPhone when it's launched in Europe, you may be in for a long wait.
"European wireless carriers are citing strict terms of the partnership with Apple," said Gene Munster, senior research analyst at Piper Jaffray . He added that this is likely to cause problems with the planned European-wide roll-out of the Apple iPhone later this year.
This puts Apple's decision to stick with one launch partner in the US in a different light, he said. "To a certain degree, this sheds an interesting light on the AT&T pact, implying that it is favourable towards Apple," Munster wrote in a newsletter.
Munster also suggested a new redesigned iMac could be revealed "by September".