Did this get thrown to the curb or something?It'll be a while before the new model comes out. With AT&T's five year exclusivity deal, they'll ride this model for a while.
Edit: Oh hey.. Nevermind.. Five years it is.http://www.oreillynet.com/xml/blog/2007/01/why_iphone_is_not_for_me.html said:They announced the exclusive partnership with Cingular until 2008. That means no body else can carry iPhone until 2008 in US.
There'll be a lot of T-Mobile customers converting to At&t very soon. As soon as the first guy in the office bounces in with one, they'll be running to T-Mobile to drop those contracts.5 years is such a long time. It dosn't seem like it but man I couldnt wait 6 months imagine these people waiting 5 years.
my paranoia just gave me another scary thought...what if the only iPhones that are available by the time i get to the counter on June, XX are 4GB phones? now that's the real dilemma.
I am with you. It will be hard to walk away without an iPhone, but I would rather wait and get what I really want. If I accepted the 4GB unit, I think every time I used it a little part of me would be saying "I wish it was the 8GB version."if this happens to me im just gonna have to walk away and wait for the next shipment. it would be hard to do, but i would feel like im settling for something thats not the best and thats not a feeling i want to have when im putting up that kinda of money
Hear hear! Without an expansion card, I'm not settling for the smaller of the two. I don't think I could take a "Your iPhone is full" message every time I synced, knowing I could've waited. But it'd be tough to be patient.I am with you. It will be hard to walk away without an iPhone, but I would rather wait and get what I really want. If I accepted the 4GB unit, I think every time I used it a little part of me would be saying "I wish it was the 8GB version."