Today at WWDC, Apple finally “officially” announced the 3G iPhone. This version will come in 2 sizes and comes in at a very good price. The 8gb version is available only in black and will only cost $199 and the 16gb version will come in black and white and will run $299. Those great prices leave some question out there… Just how much was the early adopters fee for the initial iPhone? How much profit did Apple gobble up. It doesn’t really matter, we paid it anyhow, myself included.
What’s new in the 3G iPhone? Well, there are very few changes besides the 3G, but those few changes are very welcome changes.
- 3G Data
- Flush Headphone Jack
- Improved Audio
Did I miss anything? Maybe I did, sorry if that is the case. I am happy to see the flush headphone jack. Sure, the couple converters I tried work fine, but I don’t want to have to use them. That is what pisses me off with most of the Windows Mobile phones out there.
In addition, iPhone 2.0 Software will address many of the other issues that some of us didn’t go for in the 1st offering. I don’t see anything in there for stereo bluetooth support, but I do know that native exchange server support is coming in 2.0. That is something that is very important to me.
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