Here is my take on the whole "guess what's new" thing

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lucky8926

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Jun 16, 2007
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It seem like everyday there is a new app, feature, or upgrade to iPhone. Now with that said some people say "how can that be, so and so said they are already boxed up and waiting to be shipped" then someone mentions updates via plug in *like ipod* Now thats all fine and dandy but these new "updates" are already coming on the phone according to Apple. I mean would they really say, hey it comes with bla bla bla, but then you get it and find out you have to download the update? I don't see a company like Apple doing this. They also "upgraded" the screen from plastic to hi-tech glass. That my friends is not a software update, and with the amount of phones they are planning on selling on the 29th they have to have some factories cranking these things out like mad everyday. Sooooooo my theory is all these "updates" and "upgrades" were already on the phone, but they put them out like updates and upgrades to make it seem like they are improving on the original design, and keep us drawn in. It's worked for me, in on the iPhone boat for sure!
 

TrippalHealicks

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Mar 2, 2007
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It seem like everyday there is a new app, feature, or upgrade to iPhone. Now with that said some people say "how can that be, so and so said they are already boxed up and waiting to be shipped" then someone mentions updates via plug in *like ipod* Now thats all fine and dandy but these new "updates" are already coming on the phone according to Apple. I mean would they really say, hey it comes with bla bla bla, but then you get it and find out you have to download the update? I don't see a company like Apple doing this. They also "upgraded" the screen from plastic to hi-tech glass. That my friends is not a software update, and with the amount of phones they are planning on selling on the 29th they have to have some factories cranking these things out like mad everyday. Sooooooo my theory is all these "updates" and "upgrades" were already on the phone, but they put them out like updates and upgrades to make it seem like they are improving on the original design, and keep us drawn in. It's worked for me, in on the iPhone boat for sure!

Thanks, appreciate it.