iPhone 3G S

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Apple has just unvieled the new iPhone which is known as iPhone 3G S. What does the "S" stands for? It stands for speed because the new iPhone is almost four times faster than the previous iPhone. Now the internet is abuzz with iPhone 3G S because many people are really impressed. And the price tag of this product is quite good, just $199 for the cheapest version (16GB) an up to $499 for the 3G S.

The specs of iPhone 3G S : its camera is 3 megapixels and supports 30fps VGA video recording with editing features. Its battery boasts of 5 hours of 3G talk time and 9 hours of WiFi internet use. There's also a built-in compass, Nike+ support and the new "fingerprint-resistant oleophobic coating."

More of the specs of iPhone 3G S here.


idblueprint@gmail.com June 9, 2009 at 12:32 AM  

More Apple iPhone designs..


nick June 9, 2009 at 6:54 AM  

I don't think the 3G S is the biggest announcement from WWDC, though. Here's why, http://bit.ly/dSlG2.

Anonymous June 10, 2009 at 4:04 AM  

They are ripping us off! They want only $199 from new customers, but existing customers must pay $499... Even with a 2 year extension. It's right on their website: "For non-qualified customers, including existing AT&T customers who want to upgrade from another phone or replace an iPhone 3G, the price with a new two-year agreement is $499 (8GB), $599 (16GB), or $699 (32GB)."

We have to rise up and stop this. Apple has listened before. We have to make them listen again.

Express your view at http://www.iPhone3GS.org let your voice be heard.

Anonymous June 10, 2009 at 8:17 AM  

I think it's very wrong that carriers can charge a premium for existing customers to upgrade to a better handset, even when they've reached the end of their current agreement.

Why is it that only new customers can purchase a phone for a subsidised price whereas existing customers are expected to stump up?

I've never had this problem yet (I'm not an iPhone user) as I simply switch providers when the time comes for a different handset in order to get it free or at a subsidised price but unfortunately I can't do this with the iPhone and its exclusivity.

My solution would be to cancel the contract (assuming it's at an end anyway) and join as a new customer to get the iPhone for the subsidised price.

OK it means changing your number but for the sake of that it'll save $300 to $500 on the cost of a new one.

Until Apple start listening and realising they're shunning those same people that made them successful in the first place, this is the only way to get a new phone for the price you want to pay.

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