South Korea’s KT plans to start accepting pre-orders for Apple’s iPhone 4 on Wednesday for a September launch, according to AFP.
After the iPhone 4 completed South Korea’s standard approval process, KT spokesman Lee In-won commented “We will try our best to launch iPhone 4 sometime in September.”
Apple first launched the iPhone 4 on June 24 in a handful of countries including the U.S., U.K., France, Germany and Japan. On July 30 Apple added 17 more countries to that list, but South Korea wasn’t included because of a longer than expected approval process.
“We hope the iPhone 4 will draw a hot response from clients as the iPhone 3 did,” company representatives said.
KT hasn’t said yet when in September the iPhone 4 will be available.