The much anticipated Apple iPhone is expected to launch June 11

According to CNET, Cingular has confirmed the release date for the new Apple iPhone.  The current unofficial launch date is June 11. 

After members of CNET called a customer service manager at Cingular, they were transferred to the sales department.  Once transferred, a representative gave them a date but had no information beyond that.

The expected launch date is the same day as Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco from June 11 to June 15.  It is no surprise that the iPhone's release date be the same date as the conference, with the original announcement of the phone occurring at the Macworld Expo.

There have been many rumors of the iPhones release being sometime in June, but there was never any information released on exactly when.  A previous release announcement had been made according to alleged documents filed with the Federal Communications Commission for June 15, but had later been proven to be a hoax.

There will be both 4GB and 8GB models for $499 and $599 USD and will be a Cingular Wireless exclusive.

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