A little over a year ago, people lined up for hours (or even days) to get the original iPhone. After an enormous amount of hype, and a lot of media buzz, the first iPhone owners finally got their hands on their new devices. During this launch, customers were allowed to take their iPhones home, and activate them over the Internet. Needless to say, the first wave of activations were plagued by well documented problems. Since customers were essentially forced to pay the full price of the device, going home to activate your iPhone was a small concession. These problems simply foreshadowed more serious launch problems to come.
Apple will officially release the iPhone 3G version today at 8 AM, but that does not mean you have to go through a lot of hassles to know more about it, though we have not covered iPhone much here there are several other websites you could use to learn more about iPhone, and several of them will be live blogging about the iPhone release tomorrow.
We did do some research though, so that our readers could find all the iPhone information in one place and we call it the iPhone Buzz, where our readers can easily find the best information about iPhone without having to search frantically.
As the date gets nearer for the next generation of iPhone AT&T has revealed the launch date and new pricing plans for the 3G iPhone models.
iPhones will go on sale at all Apple Stores and AT&T stores at 8AM local time on July 11th.
It’s been a busy day for the folks at Apple at the WWDC conference and one of the biggest news that was already rumored for past few days has finally become a reality.
Apple has finally released a cheaper version of iPhone in US and other markets which will be available for $199 for the 8GB version and
$2999 $299 for the 16GB version.