Last week, Apple announced that Europe would see the iPhone in Q4 2007. Today, Gregory Ng of iPhone Matters writes that there is mounting evidence for a 3G European version
of the iPhone. Pointing to an iPhone FAQ
post, he suggests that a non-3G release would hinder the international success of the iPhone; 3G is far more widespread in Europe than here. Ng believes that we may see two versions of the iPhone debut in Europe: both a GSM/EDGE version and a 3G version.
So what do you European TUAW readers think? Could a 2.5G iPhone succeed? Does the iPhone need to be 3G?