Nice product, and nice updates they are doing.
But these are the same features that you can get on a Nokia or Sony Ericsson phones since ages, i used to have the features on these phone like 5 years back, copy paste, video recording and editing, tethering, zoom and focus. So why is the world so happy about these features coming to the iphone.
The only thing nice about this phone is the interface, i love it and most people out there using it does, the only thing is they being stuck to At&T. When is this gonna end, when can we get a phone without caring about the contract or thinking about an upgrade in service.
i have the 3g set with me but i head that to get this 3GS model, At&T is gonna hit hard on our wallets, just for an upgrade for the phone we will have to pay these amounts:
Upon checking out the AT&T website, it looks like the $349 and $299 upgrade prices are for the CURRENT iPhone 3G, NOT the 3GS - AT&T does NOT have the iPhone 3GS listed on their site yet (June 8, 11:45PM EST). HOWEVER, if you log in through Apple's website, they ARE offering existing users a lower price (see below graphic) of $399.00 for the 16GB iPhone 3G S (black or white) and $499.00 for the 32GB iPhone 3G S (black or white) on renewals (plus an $18 upgrade price).