[UPDATE: Below the fold, CdnPhoto's latest version of the map, with Spain and Poland removed because they are still at the rumor stage.]
Like many Apple (AAPL) watchers, the investors at IMO's Apple Finance Forum have been closely following this week's flurry of announcements of iPhone deals with carriers around the world. One of the contributors to the forum -- a regular from Toronto who posts as CdnPhoto -- has summarized the information graphically in a color-coded map of the world. With his permission, I've pasted it below.
Countries where the iPhone is now available, or will be this summer, are marked in red:
[E-mail subscribers: click here to see the map.]
Switzerland, Spain and Poland probably should be tinted a light shade of pink; these were rumors, not official announcements (see here).
Of course, if unlocked blackmarket iPhones were included, most of the world would be colored Apple red. See The iPhones of Equatorial Guinea.
For those who prefer their information in list form, here are the countries added in the past couple weeks:
Italy (also Telecom Italia)
For Rogers Wireless:
No word yet:
For updates, check APPLinvestors, which keeps a running tally here.
Updated version of the map below the fold:
Another day, another subcontinent.
One day after Vodafone (VOD) announced it would be carrying Apple's (AAPL) iPhone in 10 countries in Europe, Asia and Australia, Reuters reports that America Movil (AMX) will be bringing the iPhone to Latin America.
America Movil is a big player. With more than 150 million subscribers, the Mexico City-based Fortune 500 company is the largest mobile operator -- and the largest corporation -- in Latin America, with MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - May 7, 2008 12:16 PM ET
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