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Mac Insomniac

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Jul 7, 2007
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Whats everyones thoughts on the discontinued 4 GB iPhone?

Still good?

Worth Buying?

Just wait and get a larger GB on next release?

Decisions Decisions...
 

medafor

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Aug 29, 2007
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I did not see the 4gb on Apples site. It probably is the same price as when it was released, which means there is no reason to get a 4gb, it probably will cost more. since it was discontinued it was never officially discounted.
 

cdinca

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Jul 4, 2007
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my mom picked one up for 299. she couldn't justify spending more than that on a phone. I think they are good if you don't need the space.
 

coinstar99

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I felt the same way, as soon as I saw it for $299, knowing that was my limit, I went out and found an AT&T store with them in stock and got one. If you don't need the space its a deal, I think,
 
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Well I ordered the 4GB yesterday and it is scheduled for delivery on Tuesday. Sure I'd rather have the 8GB but $299 was the limit that I was willing to pay. I don't need lots of space as I have a 30GB 5.5G iPod which serves me fine. I will be using the iPhone mainly for phone use, web and email. I don't anticipate using the iPod part of it that much. I had been wanting an iPhone a long time but just didn't want to pay the high price. Plus I had been discussing with my wife for a while now us switching from Sprint to another cell phone service as we've been having a lot of Sprint problems.
 

Lincoln

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I feel like a retard because I have the 4GB. I will be buying the larger version as soon as it comes out.
 

spazzman90

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I may as well have a 4 gig. At most I only keep 3 or 4 movies, a handful of music videos and a bunch of mp3s. Usually only amounts to ~3 gigs. Unless they come up with a ~3 terrabyte model, I will continue to have to pick and choose what I have on the phone. No biggie.


-Jeff