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  Reply # 339223 8-Jun-2010 07:01
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CONFIRMED - iPhone4 UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA over 850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz! Supporting Vodafone NZ 3G Extended




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  Reply # 339224 8-Jun-2010 07:01
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Looks like I was wrong, it appears the device is 850/900/1900/2100 which is great news for Vodafone and carriers in Aussie using 900.


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  Reply # 339229 8-Jun-2010 07:24
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The Tech Specs page shows that iTunes 9.2 is required for iPhone 4, so I guess we'll see that come out pretty soon too.




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  Reply # 339230 8-Jun-2010 07:27
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A pity there was nothing about Safari 5 or updates to MobileMe - guess that's why they're called rumours though!!!




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  Reply # 339231 8-Jun-2010 07:32
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Support for Wireless-N also, can't see FM Radio however

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  Reply # 339237 8-Jun-2010 08:22
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manhinli: CONFIRMED - iPhone4 UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA over 850, 900, 1900, 2100 MHz! Supporting Vodafone NZ 3G Extended


Here's hoping that the likes of HTC and Samsung  bring out quad band  3G fones with the same bands..




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  Reply # 339244 8-Jun-2010 08:53
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old3eyes: Here's hoping that the likes of HTC and Samsung  bring out quad band  3G fones with the same bands..

Please, please. I'd love to be able to use some of the good "European" phones on Telecom. But I digress.

Video chat requires Wi-Fi and isn't compatible with normal video calling. The new iPhone also uses a micro SIM.

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  Reply # 339249 8-Jun-2010 09:01
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iPhone 4 NZ release


Er, not quite. Vodafone issued a single line announcement:

"Vodafone will launch iPhone 4, the thinnest smartphone in the world with the highest resolution display ever built into a phone, in New Zealand in the coming months. Information on pricing and tariff plans will be made available as soon as possible."

When asked why they says "coming months" and Apple says July 2010, Vodadone reply was "this is all we are cleared to say at this point."





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  Reply # 339344 8-Jun-2010 12:52
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I guess they're still trying to work out how much of a gouging the market will bear.




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i'm predicting the price will be $1379 for 32GB.

3GS will drop by $100-$200.

Time to sell my 3GS i guess.... 

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  Reply # 339400 8-Jun-2010 15:26
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3GS 16gb now $999 and 32gb now $1099 at apple online store nz. (store.apple.com/nz) Also see myblig post on the keynote. Click on logo in signature.





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