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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by tim100, Apr 10, 2010.
With Steve's keynote re os 4.0 including multitasking, how many 3g/2g users upgrading to 3g s?
I don't see any reason to jump into the 3GS at this point. Last year's 3.0 update came out only 2 days before the 3GS launched. It was also officially announced just about a week before that.
I've got an early 3G 16GB that does everything I need it to. Sure, I'd like the added speed (and compass, and voice activation...) of the 3GS, but heck, I'm not so impatient as some that I can't wait another 2 to 4 months to see what the new phone brings. I've already waited 8 months, so what's another few?
At the very least, I should be able to pick up a 32 GB by then at the $199 price point.
No sense in locking into another two-year contract prematurely...
Nope ill hold out until the next gen iphone, I might be getting my hands on a 3rd gen touch to use the beta on, im still trying to decide if its a waste of my $99 though.
No, I won't be upgrading.
I'm pretty sure that they'll release a new iphone in the summer then I'll just upgrade to that one.
What are the odds of a new iphone this summer when they release 4.0? I would think Steve Jobs would have announced a new phone this weeks keynote. By him not announcing a new iphone, does that decrease the chance of a new iphone this summer?
Based on the past 3 years, pretty good.
If you are on the fringe, hold off a wait a few months, something will be out along with OS 4.
iPhone 3G was announced on June 8, 2008 and released July 11, 2008.
iPhone 3GS was announced on June 9, 2009 and released on June 19, 2009.
iPhone OS 3.0 was announced on March 17, 1009 and released on June 17, 2009.