The date was given in a series of TV adverts broadcast on Sunday, and was later confirmed by a spokesman for the California-based company.
The device, which combines the features of a mobile phone and personal digital assistant, will sell for $499 (£251) and $599, depending on configuration.
Lucky if you’re in the US and can get AT&T/Cingular/whateveritscalledthisweek. However if you’re in the rest of the world.. have to wait a bit longer. Hopefully not too long though!