Apple has tapped Wal-Mart to sell the iPhone 4 on its June 24 debut, the first time the smartphone will be released at an outlet other than AT&T and Apple's own stores, the retail giant told CNET, which also reported the possible involvement of Best Buy and Radio Shack stores. AT&T has also altered its in-store practice and opened its stores for all customers -- not just pre-orders -- at 7 a.m., with a limit of one handset per person, according to another report.

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