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  Reply # 359077 29-Jul-2010 23:47
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ChrnoXIII: lol i think midnight release is out of the question.

so david, how far away between the iphone 3GS launch in nz and the email being sent? cuz im tempted by it ae... is it worth the wait? or shud i jsut go buy it first thing tomorrow? haha... or wud it jst not come this time round? O.o


I don't recall the details from July 2009. The e-mail message might have been sent out earlier on the launch day. It definitely was not this late in the evening (currently 11:47pm).





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Master Geek


  Reply # 359079 29-Jul-2010 23:55
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5 mins to go

any one else still following?Cry 

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  Reply # 359081 29-Jul-2010 23:57
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jaskarn: 5 mins to go

any one else still following?Cry 



Yeah, Apple store is still up so not a good sign.. This is just crap.. 

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  Reply # 359082 29-Jul-2010 23:58
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Yeah, but not holding out ANY hope to be honest.

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  Reply # 359083 29-Jul-2010 23:58
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I want my evening back...

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  Reply # 359084 29-Jul-2010 23:58
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Time to go to bed people. Store still up. Come back tomorrow morning and check again...

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  Reply # 359085 29-Jul-2010 23:59
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I am starting to think that there may be no iPhone after all... There has been no word from Vodafone, only Apple, and the press release was basically just a mass one for the other countries to use as well. There has been no coverage anywhere (Only about it NOT bing out tomorrow) and New Zealand is the only that have been kept in the dark.

I am highly doubting that there will be an iPhone 4 to buy anywhere tomorrow, even on the online Apple store.
I just want to buy the phone outright too, no plan or anything. I know that, that wont happen with Vodafone anytime soon. Damn it. Good night!

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  Reply # 359086 29-Jul-2010 23:59
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BogBeast: Yeah, but not holding out ANY hope to be honest.


anyone know when apple.co.nz was updated with iPad resellers list. 

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  Reply # 359087 30-Jul-2010 00:00
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meh, i will still be waiting outside studentIT tomorrow morning. im gonna stay up, a bunch of my mates are going to town so i'll be with them :) i'll be checking periodically

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  Reply # 359088 30-Jul-2010 00:01
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That iPad stuff went up a day or two ago, but that's unusually slow of them, usually happens as the product is being announced.

Damn you Apple store, time for bed I guess. 

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  Reply # 359089 30-Jul-2010 00:02
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JemShep: I am starting to think that there may be no iPhone after all... There has been no word from Vodafone, only Apple, and the press release was basically just a mass one for the other countries to use as well. There has been no coverage anywhere (Only about it NOT bing out tomorrow) and New Zealand is the only that have been kept in the dark.

I am highly doubting that there will be an iPhone 4 to buy anywhere tomorrow, even on the online Apple store.
I just want to buy the phone outright too, no plan or anything. I know that, that wont happen with Vodafone anytime soon. Damn it. Good night!


+1

But I find it hard that Apple would confirm NZ for Friday and pull out at last minute, they would have made a press release by now, lets just ignore Vodafone for now. Would such a large company like Apple do this?

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  Reply # 359090 30-Jul-2010 00:06
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jaskarn:
JemShep: I am starting to think that there may be no iPhone after all... There has been no word from Vodafone, only Apple, and the press release was basically just a mass one for the other countries to use as well. There has been no coverage anywhere (Only about it NOT bing out tomorrow) and New Zealand is the only that have been kept in the dark.

I am highly doubting that there will be an iPhone 4 to buy anywhere tomorrow, even on the online Apple store.
I just want to buy the phone outright too, no plan or anything. I know that, that wont happen with Vodafone anytime soon. Damn it. Good night!


+1

But I find it hard that Apple would confirm NZ for Friday and pull out at last minute, they would have made a press release by now, lets just ignore Vodafone for now. Would such a large company like Apple do this?


Not sure, But its midnight and nothing.. Will just see what happens tomorrow..

Sucks i sold my iPhone so i dont even have mobile web anymore :@ 

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  Reply # 359091 30-Jul-2010 00:06
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The whole situation is pretty weird. Only one thing's certain - something strange is going on behind the scenes somewhere. Be interested to hear what it is when it comes out...

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  Reply # 359092 30-Jul-2010 00:07
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Quite miff'd at everyone at the moment.

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  Reply # 359094 30-Jul-2010 00:09
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Good night people. Time to go and watch the recorded programs on mysky. :) Laters!

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