If you're an Apple fan living in Canada, I've got some good news for you today! It looks like the good folks over at IntoMobile have heard from Rogers, TELUS and Bell (Canada's three major carriers) that they will all be offering the iPhone 4 sometime in the near future. There's nothing official in terms of release date and pricing, but IntoMobile is guessing that it won't be long after the US release. The cool thing about the iPhone launching in Canada is that Canadian citizens actually have some say in who they do business with, whereas here in the states it's AT&T, jailbreak, or bust. The iPhone 4, as we can now officially call it, is probably one of the most leaked and hyped devices that (we pretended to be surprised about yesterday) turned up on the interwebs over the last few months, and with all the shortages of high-end phones going on after launch these days, my advice would be to pre-order it next week (June 15th) if you're a US customer, and sign up for Rogers' availability notifications, here, if you're in Canada. Oh, and if you plan on signing up for the pre-order or availability notifications, make sure to let us know in the comments!
Also, don't forget to check back with PhoneDog often for more information on the iPhone 4, and be sure to check out Noah's video footage of WWDC 2010!