iPhone 2.0 Takes on the World

Apple could launch its new iPhone in 64 more countries by yearend, deepening the electronics giant's reach in international markets
So far, Apple has officially launched the iPhone in only six countries. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

As Apple prepares to unveil the next version of its iPhone on June 9, fans will be focused on how much better the new device is than its predecessor. It will likely be able to run on speedier wireless networks, it may boast improved navigation services, and it's expected to support a batch of new software tools and features made by third-party developers.

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