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Benjip
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  #346691 30-Jun-2010 15:59
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ALTRON: Id consider Japan.

Do you have a link to those JPN prices/info?  


I'd love to know this too.

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  #346696 30-Jun-2010 16:22
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have you tried apple.co.jp?




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ALTRON
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  #346703 30-Jun-2010 16:46
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I Thought the only way of getting one was on some contract from softbank?

Locked to softbank as well?

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  #346873 1-Jul-2010 09:13
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In case you havn't seen this already









mattk
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  #346887 1-Jul-2010 09:48
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Almost thinking the cut-price 3gs is going to be the better option going by the number of problems the 4 is having.

other than the form factor and higher res screen its more or less the same experience. But man do i want that screen.... Face time and both cameras can both sod off.


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  #346914 1-Jul-2010 10:33
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Is the general expectation that the on-account pricing Vodafone have now for 8Gb 3GS is what it will be ongoing? 

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  #346915 1-Jul-2010 10:36
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General thinking is Yes. But with enhancements to the plans.




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reven
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  #346920 1-Jul-2010 10:44
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langi27: In case you havn't seen this already

lol, i still want one, and i dont care :P 

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  #346963 1-Jul-2010 12:44
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well the apple nz site has been updated today- the 3gs 16gb and 32gb models have been removed, and the iphone 4 ones are now listed as 'coming soon"....:

http://store.apple.com/nz/browse/home/shop_iphone/family/iphone?mco=MTgxNTg0NDc

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  #346979 1-Jul-2010 13:27
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oh yeah and my take on pricing (and this is probably just wishful thinking) is that apple will match the recent 3gs pricing so iphone 4 16gb will be $999 and 32gb will be $1099.

My reasoning is based on the comparative prices of UK iphones and ipads when compared to Australian prices, which gives an AU price for the 32gb at close to $899au which equates to $1099nz.

wouldn't that be nice eh?

mattk
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  #346985 1-Jul-2010 13:43
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bazbo: oh yeah and my take on pricing (and this is probably just wishful thinking) is that apple will match the recent 3gs pricing so iphone 4 16gb will be $999 and 32gb will be $1099.

My reasoning is based on the comparative prices of UK iphones and ipads when compared to Australian prices, which gives an AU price for the 32gb at close to $899au which equates to $1099nz.

wouldn't that be nice eh?


$1099 for the one with the bigger GB's and i'd buy one outright on launch day. Gotta do something with all that disposable income i guess.

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  #346988 1-Jul-2010 13:58
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I can't honestly see you getting any change from $1300 for a 32gb iPhone 4.




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bazbo
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  #346989 1-Jul-2010 14:01
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i guess the question begs then that do we think that there will be pre-order available on the apple site?

have they  done this before in NZ?

mattk
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  #346992 1-Jul-2010 14:04
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Handsomedan: I can't honestly see you getting any change from $1300 for a 32gb iPhone 4.



We should all aim low to avoid disappointment.

Trying to save money on apple products is like having your iphone and eating it to. doesnt happen.



Kitanai
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  #347013 1-Jul-2010 15:45
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mattk:
Handsomedan: I can't honestly see you getting any change from $1300 for a 32gb iPhone 4.



We should all aim low to avoid disappointment.

Trying to save money on apple products is like having your iphone and eating it to. doesnt happen.




I'm aiming really low - I expect that it will be $800 with the iPhone 40 plan, and that I'll have to queue somewhere freezing with my kid size sleeping bag, possibly being mocked on Queen Street to get my hands on one.

Anything above that is a bonus.  Especially pricing and the ability to pre-order.  Hint hint Paul xD

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