by cbc news
When Apple Inc.'s iPhone makes its long-awaited debut in Canada on July 11, it will be the new and improved version. The updated iPhone will allow users to track baseball scores in real time. (Eric Risberg/Associated Press). The company announced on Monday the faster and cheaper iPhone â€” with new capabilities, including GPS tracking â€” will be sold in 70 countries this year, including Canada. The device will run on Rogers Communications Inc.'s third-generation (3G) network, and be sold in Apple and Rogers stores.