— Australia-Asia Availability: SingTel will bring the iPhone to its 2.3 million subscribers in Singapore; Bharti Airtel will offer it to its 64 million customers in India; Globe Telecom will offer it to 21 million subscribers in the Philippines; and Optus will offer it to its 7 million customers in Australia, according to Fortune, quoting multiple sources.
— iPhone Black: AT&T (NYSE: T), the exclusive U.S. iPhone supplier, is listing a second model of the iPhone on its Web site. When choosing a phone, users get two options in a drop-down menu — one for iPhone, and the other for iPhone Black, AppleInsider reports. The finding is being interpreted as support for rumors that Apple’s (NSDQ: AAPL) gearing up to offer a 3G iPhone. AppleInsider said the black option appears only for existing AT&T customers who are logged into their account and are trying to upgrade their handset model.
— 3G Keynote: Steve Jobs will deliver a keynote address on June 9, the first day of the 2008 World Wide Developers conference, Apple public relations confirmed to Fortune. The event — and his speech — is expected to be where Jobs unveils the 3G iPhone. Fortune quoted a note written by Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster saying: