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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Apple..., Jul 9, 2010.
The title says it all...
Also, if you're using an older iPhone, care to explain why?
ip4 32gb and 3g 16gb
all of them but the 3g
No multi-choice option
iPhone 4 first iPhone have had a 2G iPhone to use a iPod Touch
Sorry... I was talking about your primary iPhone.
Currently have the iPhone 4 32GB but have owned them all
My iP4 is now my primary phone, but I have one of each previous model. My wife has taken my 3GS as hers now.
3GS. 4 not available in Canada yet
I *will* have a white iPhone 4, someday.
iPhone 4 of course best phone on the market! (until the iPhone 5 that is)
iPhone 4 since yesterday .
I *will* own a Lamborghini one day
A white 3G, 16GB. Patiently waitng for an iPhone 4
iPhone 4 isn't released here yet. The 3GS does everything I need it to do. May pick up a 4 down the road, but right now the 3GS more than meets my needs.
I've owned each generation. I have the black 32GB iPhone 4, but I can't wait for the release of the white one!
I am using an iPhone 4.
Primary? 32GB iPhone 4. Previous? 4GB iPhone (no suffix because the original was just that cool). The little bugger served me well for nearly three years, and will continue on in its life as a travel phone, as it's now unlocked.
I use a 3Gs because Apple apparently did not make enough phones.
I ordered on the 29th:
Ships: Jul 21
Delivers: Jul 26
Ordered the iPhone 4. Currently using the 3GS and I have the 2G iPhone as a backup.
Owned the 2G iPhone (hand me down) officially from 11/13/08 until the day the iPhone 4 was announced (6/7/10).
This might be my last iPhone for awhile unless Apple really changes things up and makes it compelling enough for me to stay. Having the iPhone iOS for what looks to be FOUR years straight, I do want a bit of a change by 2012. Watching Android very closely. I probably will still have my iPhone 4 around by the time of my next upgrade and just have it demoted as a back-up phone. iPhone 4 just seems like a keeper. The good news is it has solid enough hardware + software + features that it could endure longer than two years and hold its own against the newer phones including the next iPhone. The 2G iPhone was a classic and ahead of its time, but even after three years, I found it unbearable to use compared to the iP4 and latest Android phones. I hope not to get the same feeling with the iPhone 4 after three years. If some people can use a RAZR for five years, the iPhone 4 can endure just the same if shattering the glass doesn't happen first.
2 iphone 4's 32 gb...
Using an unlocked 3GS on T-Mobile, going iPhone 4 and ATT when my contract is up in February. Sucks, I know but I do love my current phone.
Everything but the BollocksGS
EDIT: Also, there is nothing called the "iPhone 2G". It was just the iPhone...THAT IS THE OFFICIALLY BRANDED NAME!!