Has anybody else seen this or heard supporting evidence? http://jacksonville.bizjournals.com/jacksonville/stories/2008/06/09/daily29.html?ana=yfcpc "Some customers who bought Apple Inc.'s iPhone at AT&T Inc. stores may be able to exchange the handset for the faster, less expensive new model and get a rebate. San Antonio, Texas-based AT&T (NYSE: T), the exclusive U.S. provider of iPhone service, said clients will get a refund for the price difference. Cupertino, Calif.-based Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) said it sold more than 6 million phones since the debut a year ago when the 8-gigabyte model sold for $399 and the 16-gigabyte model sold for $499. Earlier this week Apple unveiled its latest iPhone version, which features faster Internet speeds and built-in GPS capabilities and starts at $199 for an 8GB model and $299 for a 16GB model. And in a move to fight hackers who have managed to "unlock" the phone and use it on other networks, Apple said it will take a couple of approaches. The phone will be sold in more countries with authorized dealers, and buyers will have to activate service with AT&T before leaving a U.S. store with an iPhone." If this is true, I wonder about those who purchased at the Apple store vs. ATT... Regardless, I wonder if this would change any of the minds of those who are on the fence whether or not to upgrade.