AT&T is offering a rebate to their customers who purchased and iPhone 3GS between May 7th, and June 7th, 2010.
This one-time Customer Price Protection will allow customers who purchased iPhone 3GS 16GB/32GB through a Local Dealer from May 7, 2010 until June 7, 2010 to receive a bill credit for the difference in the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price in May 2010 and the new Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price plus sales tax. This special one-time credit from AT&T will be provided to customers of Dealer regardless of what price the customer actually paid for their iPhone.
* Customers who purchased iPhone 3GS May 7th through May 14th will have until June 14th to visit the original location of purchase and receive this one-time bill credit
* Customers who purchased after May 14th will have 30 days to complete their price protection transaction by returning to the original location of purchase
* The Price Protection Credit applied to the customer’s account will equal:
* $50 for the 3GS 16GB
* $100 for the 3GS 32GB
A customer who purchased iPhone 3G/3GS through a Local Dealer from May 7, 2010 until June 7, 2010, who would like to exchange it for iPhone 4 and pay the price difference, will be able to do so.read more
If you are currently on the $30 iPhone data plan you can keep it as long as you want even if you are eligible for a new iPhone 4 upgrade. You will however lose the $30 plan if you want to tether your iPhone.
AT&T now has 2 data plans to chose from, Data Plus and Data Pro. If you want the tethering option, which will cost you another $20, you have to ditch your unlimited $30 plan for the $25 data pro plan. Data Pro offers only 2GB of data per month. All new customers will only have the Data Plus or Data Pro option.
Now, iPhone 4 hardware pricing.
AT&T customers: To find out when you can upgrade without a penalty you can dial: *NEW# on your iPhone which will generate a text message telling when you can upgrade. AT&T bumped up a lot of people to an early upgrade. They are taking off up to 6 months so be sure to check to see when your contract ends.
If you contract ends after January 1, 2011, you can still get a discounted price but you will have to renew your contract another 2 years still. If you do not want to renew your contract you can buy the iPhone 4 with no commitment. Please see the pricing below:
iPhone 4 16GB with NEW or eligible upgrade $199
iPhone 4 32GB with NEW or eligible upgrade $299
iPhone 4 16GB with upgrade date after January 1, 2010 $399
iPhone 4 32GB with upgrade date after January 1, 2010 $499
iPhone 4 16GB with no commitment $599
iPhone 4 32GB with no commitment $699
The iPhone 4 will be available for preorder on June 15 and in stores on June 24th.read more
This page will be dedicated to the sale of an officially unlocked or also know as factory unlocked iPhone 4 32GB. LEI Mobile will be ordering a few officially unlocked iPhone 4 32GB models from Australia and selling them here. If you would like to get on the preorder list, please leave a comment below. Pricing is still yet to be determined.
An officially unlocked iPhone means that the iPhone is not tied to a specific carrier like AT&T. You will be able to use the iPhone 4 anywhere in the world that accepts GSM simcards. If you are on T-Mobile USA, this is the phone you want to get!
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You gotta see this in person. This is beyond the doubt, the most precise thing, and one of the most beautiful we’ve ever made. Glass on the front and back, and steel around the sides. It’s like a beautiful old Leica camera.
It is 24% thinner than the iPhone 3GS. As a matter of fact, it is the thinnest smartphone on the planet.
We have a front facing camera, micro SIM tray, camera and LED flash on the back.
When you hold this in your hands, it’s unbelievable.
Second one, this is a biggie. Something we call the Retina Display. What’s that? In any display there are pixels. We dramatically increased the pixel density, Four times the amount. Never been a display like this on a phone. The screen has a resolution of 960?×?640 pixels.
326 ppi. 800:1 contrast ratio also 4x better than 3GS. Uses IPS technology for superb color and wide viewing angle. Quite a bit better than OLED.
The iPhone 4 is powered by the same A4 processor that the iPad has. This was designed by our own team. This is wonderful to have in the iPhone.
The iPhone 4 also has a bigger battery. 40% more talk time. 7 hours talk time. 6 hours of 3G browsing, 10 hours of WiFi browsing, 10 hours of video. 40 hours of music. 300 hours of standby.
32GB of storage, quadband HSDPA/HSUPA. Capable of 7.2mbit down 5.8mbit up once carriers support that speed.
Dual microphones and a 802.11n wireless antenna.
iPhone 4 has a 3 axis gyroscope for pitch roll and yaw. We tied the gyro and accelerometer, compass, and gyro together for six axis. It’s perfect for gaming.
5 megapixel camera! Backside illuminated sensor with 1.75 micron pixel size in the sensor. 5x digital zoom in camera app and tap to focus with LED flash. The quality is incredible. Also the camera records HD Video (720p at 30fps).
Priced at $199 and $299 for 16GB and 32GB. Will be released June 24, 2010 on AT&T USA and other countries in July.read more
Well everyone, the news keeps on rollin along. It seems as though AT&T has moved up most, if not all, new phone upgrade dates (some stretching as far as November) to June. Some reported cases say June 20th.
Now, as you all know, my prediction for the launch of the next iPhone is set for June 18th and a June 16th release for the iPhone OS 4.0 software. This would fall right there with what I predict to happen.
So if you are one of those unlucky people who are still on AT&T, I would suggest looking at your upgrade eligibility right about now…read more