http://www.mactalk.com.au/2009/05/2...declared-end-of-life-by-vodafone-brightpoint/ http://www.engadget.com/2009/05/22/32gb-iphone-placeholder-appears-at-t-mobile-austria/ MacTalk reports that "a trusted source" brought this to their attention - "Vodafone has sent out an email to retail staff stating that the 16GB iPhone has been marked as End of Life by Brightpoint, their supplier of iPhones." They point out that the 8GB isnt EOL, but the 16GB is. So will they make the 8GB the value option? Text says: So it's also saying stock is at limited availability. Maybe the 8Gb isn't EOL, if they haven't been selling much of them at all anyway? (In the comments NeoRicen points out that Aussie carriers are seemingly desperate to try and get rid of stock "Optus has a $0 8GB on a $49 plan promotion". Take into account that Tmobile's Austrian website briefly displayed a placeholder for a 32GB model (they put one up erroneously last time too, so it's a possible indication). AT&T? Refurbished iPhone 3G 8GB for $99 and free shipping, 16Gb for $149 according to 9to5mac Maybe they'll have 4 handsets a store for launch day?