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ironcladlou Potato korv Since: 2.1.02 From: Quincy, MA Since last post: 2478 days Last activity: 2330 days # 1 Posted on 9.6.08 1442.51 | Instant Rating: 2.55
Big Stevie Cool made the official announcement at the WWDC today. The 3g iPhone will be released on July 11th, with the 8gb model starting at $199. I am doubly fucked. Not only did Steve take away my excuse for not buying one for my girlfriend, but now that the Exchange integration is coming out, I'm going to get inundated with requests to hook up people's iPhones. The worst part? I kinda want one now. "I could drown the pain, and drink upon commuter trains, and here you stand in eastern standard time" - Mike Doughty Promote this thread!
SchippeWreck Banger Since: 26.3.03 From: Glendale, CA Since last post: 3 days Last activity: 10 hours # 2 Posted on 9.6.08 1827.08 | Instant Rating: 8.35 Additionally... -The iPhone-specific data plan is going away, meaning $30/month for unlimited data instead of $20. -No online ordering at launch. You must camp out. -No more at-home activation. Activations will be done in either an Apple store or an AT&T store. I was ready to jump on board, but these three things will have me holding off until the initial crush dies down at least. "It's magic! We don't need to explain it!"
Zeruel Thirty Millionth Hit Moderator Since: 2.1.02 From: The Silver Spring in the Land of Mary. Since last post: 25 days Last activity: 1 day # 3 Posted on 10.6.08 1913.16 | Instant Rating: 4.05 Yahoo says the new phone costs more over the old one. http://tech.yahoo.com/blogs/null/94465 Old iPhone: $399 (for 8GB of storage), plus $60 per month for 450 voice minutes and unlimited data. Two-year total (since you'll be signing a two-year deal for either handset): $1,839. New iPhone: $199 (for 8GB of storage), plus $70 per month for a basic voice plan (presumably the same 450 minutes) and unlimited data. Two-year total: $1,879. -- 2006 Time magazine Person of the Year -- "Who would want to rent a chicken?" -- The Bowler
wmatistic Andouille Since: 2.2.04 From: Austin, TX Since last post: 4 days Last activity: 1 day
AIM: # 4 Posted on 10.6.08 2324.31 | Instant Rating: 3.08
Originally posted by Zeruel Yahoo says the new phone costs more over the old one. http://tech.yahoo.com/blogs/null/94465 Old iPhone: $399 (for 8GB of storage), plus $60 per month for 450 voice minutes and unlimited data. Two-year total (since you'll be signing a two-year deal for either handset): $1,839. New iPhone: $199 (for 8GB of storage), plus $70 per month for a basic voice plan (presumably the same 450 minutes) and unlimited data. Two-year total: $1,879. Which is a pointless article in every way. $40 is not a big deal, especially with the differences between the versions. Not that I'm complaining as I love my iPhone and am thrilled with it. But the 3G would be nice, sure. The GPS I don't really care about. I think the bigger deal here is that you have to buy them in a store and activate your 2 year deal with them right there, which will cut out a lot of the people buying to unlock them.
So I've been removing old programs that I haven't or don't use and I noticed that I have dozens of MS Security Updates dating back to 2004. Do I need to keep them or can I remove them, so long as I have the current updates?
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