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Master Geek


  Reply # 357473 27-Jul-2010 23:06
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i seem to remember that back when 3gs was released, apple online store only started selling them after few weeks, and vodafone would only sell the phone outright through online stores. So i think it will be the same this time round.

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  Reply # 357478 27-Jul-2010 23:10
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Forgive me for straying off topic but the Apple store is down in the US too, so I doubt it's regarding the iPhone. It's probably for the rumored speedbumped Mac products.

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  Reply # 357479 27-Jul-2010 23:12
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Doesn't the press release say you will be able to order online at the Apple store this time around?

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  Reply # 357499 27-Jul-2010 23:57
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For anyone interested, the outright price for the 16GB from Apple Australia is AUD $859 = NZD$1,055, i.e essentially the same. 

The handset prices on plans announced by Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and 3 are, however, somewhat more depressing. 

See http://www.pcauthority.com.au/News/221052,australian-iphone-4-plans-and-pricing-compared-updated-telstra-vs-optus-vs-vodafone-vs-3.aspx

 

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