Apple Distributes iPhone 3G FAQ Memo to Retail Outlets

As reported by AppleInsider, Apple is preparing its staff for the upcoming iPhone 3G release on July 11 by distributing memos on how to handle potential customer inquiries. The guidance, spread across a three-page document, clarifies that there will be no reservation system for purchasing the iPhone, a consistent approach for Apple’s product launches.

Furthermore, the memo addresses how to respond to comparisons between the iPod touch and the iPhone 3G, instructing employees to highlight the two-year AT&T contract requirement with the iPhone. Regarding questions about iPhone activations, the directive is to maintain that no information is currently available.

AppleInsider also mentions that a global meeting is scheduled for July 6, likely involving both AT&T and Apple retail staff, to go over the details of the iPhone 3G launch. For more details on the extensive memo, follow the link provided above.

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