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iPhone 3Gs will now be available on June 19

Jun 17, 2009 by     2 Comments    Posted under: Apple

I just received a newsletter from Apple announcing that the iPhone 3Gs will now be availabe on June 19, online and at Store.

iPhone 3Gs

There are lots of great features that iPhone 3Gs has to offer which are not available in the ordinary iPhone and here are the iPhone 3Gs features that is mentioned in their site :

  • Improved performance
  • 3-megapixel autofocus camera
  • Video recording
  • Voice Control
  • Digital compass
  • Cut, Copy & Paste
  • MMS23
  • Spotlight Search
  • Landscape keyboard
  • Voice Memos

Some might say that this are all available in other Mobile phone but ofcourse iPhone is different :). The price is as follows :

16GB iPhone 3GS – $199 on AT&T with new subscription ($599 on pre-paid)

32GB iPhone 3GS – $299 on AT&T with new subscription ($699 on pre-paid)

I don’t know how much will it cost in Philippines or in Saudi but deifinitely it will be high. So if you are in US and you want to get hold of this phone you better fall in line early since this will create a long line as before when they launch the iPhone. All stores will open at 7:00 Am in US. We will definitely be waiting for a great review of this unit.

2 Comments + Add Comment

  • Hi. I have a 2G but it’s bitten the dust (baseband busted). Am thinking of getting the 3GS but I need to verify:
    1) still no front camera for video calls?
    2) still no Adobe Flash?
    3) will there be a future upgrade for multi-tasking?

    If not the 3GS then what’s your suggestion? My 2nd phone is an N96 (mainly to watch “Basketball TV” NBA games.

  • yeah, great review! this is definitely one of the coolest gadget so far, and i also heard that it has a red laser barcodes scanner(apps), same scanner that groceries and shopping malls used in scanning barcodes for retails, pretty cool huh…

    and i think, it’s time to get rid of my obsolete mobile phone 🙂
    .-= ariston|blogs that i blogged´s last blog ..The Hangerpak design by Steve Haslip =-.

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