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  # 365984 10-Aug-2010 19:19
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Handsomedan: I thought all NZ stock came from the Apple silo in China anyway?


they all made in shenzhen, CHINA. However, NZ stock MAY come from OZ market

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  # 365996 10-Aug-2010 19:48
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JimmyC:
jamesjc25: Another 16 days until my iPhone is supposed to arrive, only a tardy month after launch...

That is of course assuming that the NZ courier can deliver it as estimated and not take 5 days to deliver a package which was supposed to be over night.


Rumour has it that those Apple store orders with the 6 day shipping time are being shipped from the factory in China direct.



 Yeah but it still has to use someone in NZ when it lands on our shores :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 366095 11-Aug-2010 06:30
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Does anyone know if the white version (32gb) will be the same price as black and how much more of a delay is there for white?

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  # 366110 11-Aug-2010 08:51
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tonynie522:
Handsomedan: I thought all NZ stock came from the Apple silo in China anyway?


they all made in shenzhen, CHINA. However, NZ stock MAY come from OZ market


Stuff from the Apple Store usually comes from Oz. I believe they're trying to do us a favour by getting them to us as quickly as possible, ie: from China direct, rather than landing in Oz, being inventoried and addressed, then freighted again.

That makes it sound cheaper for Apple too...

My 2 previous experiences with the Apple store demonstrated once the product arrives in NZ it's with me the very next day. The tracking they use is very good. I knew my iPad case had arrived at our reception and which receptionist had signed for it before they were able to ring me to say it was here.

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  # 366146 11-Aug-2010 10:37
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anyone know what the ETA is for corporate orders with Vodafone?




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  # 366164 11-Aug-2010 11:44
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JimmyC:
tonynie522:
Handsomedan: I thought all NZ stock came from the Apple silo in China anyway?


they all made in shenzhen, CHINA. However, NZ stock MAY come from OZ market


Stuff from the Apple Store usually comes from Oz. I believe they're trying to do us a favour by getting them to us as quickly as possible, ie: from China direct, rather than landing in Oz, being inventoried and addressed, then freighted again.

That makes it sound cheaper for Apple too...

My 2 previous experiences with the Apple store demonstrated once the product arrives in NZ it's with me the very next day. The tracking they use is very good. I knew my iPad case had arrived at our reception and which receptionist had signed for it before they were able to ring me to say it was here.


I've had many instances where my item was dispatched from Shenzhen. I think non-build to order items and stuff that have already been released for ages are be dispatched from Aussie.

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# 366251 11-Aug-2010 14:42
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Great news, both shops at manukau Westfield have iphone4 16 gb only.

Went to Sylvia park but their vodafone shops have none.






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  # 366355 11-Aug-2010 17:47
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Dreamy: Great news, both shops at manukau Westfield have iphone4 16 gb only.

Went to Sylvia park but their vodafone shops have none.




did u went there today?
how much left do they have it atm? 

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  # 366358 11-Aug-2010 17:52
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sweatswt:
Dreamy: Great news, both shops at manukau Westfield have iphone4 16 gb only.

Went to Sylvia park but their vodafone shops have none.




did u went there today?
how much left do they have it atm? 



Yes I was there today at approx 2 this afternoon. I was after the 32gb and didn't ask how many of the 16gb's they had left.




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  # 366360 11-Aug-2010 17:55
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Dreamy:
sweatswt:
Dreamy: Great news, both shops at manukau Westfield have iphone4 16 gb only.

Went to Sylvia park but their vodafone shops have none.




did u went there today?
how much left do they have it atm? 



Yes I was there today at approx 2 this afternoon. I was after the 32gb and didn't ask how many of the 16gb's they had left.


ahh i hope i get hands on one tomorrow morning at 9 =(
so both of the stores have 16gb instock? thank God

anyway, just a little info, my friend went to westfield st.lukes this morning and he got a 32gb one in stock ( luckily), there might still be left remaining if ur after one!  

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  # 366397 11-Aug-2010 19:25
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Just got an email from a Vodafone Retail Store mentioning they have received new stock of 16GB (30) and 32GB (7) models, and that they'll be selling on a first-come-first-served basis from tomorrow morning.

Gonna pay a visit to my local Vodafone shop to see if I can get one.




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  # 366406 11-Aug-2010 19:47
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magu: Just got an email from a Vodafone Retail Store mentioning they have received new stock of 16GB (30) and 32GB (7) models, and that they'll be selling on a first-come-first-served basis from tomorrow morning.

Gonna pay a visit to my local Vodafone shop to see if I can get one.


is it said any specific store locations?

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  # 366407 11-Aug-2010 19:50
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i have a question thou,
if i buy iphone 4 on 40 plans and cancel them straight away, will i be able to be on contract again in the next week?
cos im planning to buy 1 tomorrow and cancel them ( so i got the iphone), and then buy another iphone again the next week, is it possible?

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  # 366409 11-Aug-2010 19:52
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sweatswt: i have a question thou,
if i buy iphone 4 on 40 plans and cancel them straight away, will i be able to be on contract again in the next week?
cos im planning to buy 1 tomorrow and cancel them ( so i got the iphone), and then buy another iphone again the next week, is it possible?


Yes, I believe so. It will cost you, though. Termination fees and etc. 




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  # 366410 11-Aug-2010 19:52
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sweatswt:
magu: Just got an email from a Vodafone Retail Store mentioning they have received new stock of 16GB (30) and 32GB (7) models, and that they'll be selling on a first-come-first-served basis from tomorrow morning.

Gonna pay a visit to my local Vodafone shop to see if I can get one.


is it said any specific store locations?


The email I got was FROM a specific store, not head office, so yes.

Other stores may differ.




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