iPhone 3G S

iPhone 3G 8GB just $99; upgrade prices for 3G S announced

iPhone 3G 8GB just $99; upgrade prices for 3G S announced

If you've been thinking about an iPhone 3G and can't see yourself tempted by the specifications of the freshly-announced iPhone 3G S, now is the time to buy.  Apple intend to keep the 8GB iPhone 3G on sale alongside the iPhone 3G S, so as to "extend their audience", and to do that they've cut its price from $199 to $99.  Effective today, you can pick up a brand new iPhone 3G 8GB for under a ton; interestingly, the AT&T press release says that "options are available to purchase [the iPhone 3G 8GB, iPhone 3G S 16GB and 3G S 32GB] without a 2-year contract", though doesn't go into details.

Cut-price iPhone 3G 16GB details after the cut, plus 3G S upgrade costs

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iPhone OS 3.0 confirmed for June 17th

iPhone OS 3.0 confirmed for June 17th

If the prospect of an iPhone 3G S doesn't appeal, and you're quite happy with your iPhone 3G or iPod touch, you'll be pleased to hear that as of June 17th iPhone OS 3.0 will be available.  Apple demonstrated the new software update today at their WWDC 2009 keynote, and while much of it was a rework of the original OS 3.0 launch, there were a couple of surprises (plus upgrade costs).  Headline features include tethering, "Find My iPhone" and speedier Mobile Safari.

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iPhone 3G S official: 16GB $199, 32GB $299

iPhone 3G S official: 16GB $199, 32GB $299

Apple have announced the iPhone 3G S, a super-fast version of the iPhone 3G where the "S" stands for "Speed".  Packed into the same casing as the existing 3G model, the 3G S has a 3-megapixel camera with autofocus, auto white-balance and the ability to record VGA resolution video at 30fps.  It also supports 7.2Mbps HSDPA, network depending, and has a faster processor that, Apple say, makes everything on-average twice as fast.

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