So why would anyone buy the $99 last generation 3GS when for $100 more they could get the newest tech?
Considering you would be on a minimum $40/month plan for 36 months (assuming you don't buy outright), does $100 really make that much of a difference?
(p.s. my wife and i are each planning on getting one and going on Bell's share program)
I have to agree. Considering the amount of $$ spent each month on the plan, what's another $100 to get newer and (arguably, but IMO) a much better phone?
Regarding "getting used to" iPhone typing, I've been typing using my iTouch since the 1st gen was released (in fact I've just bought a 64GB iTouch back in April 2010 which I'm going to sell once I get my iPhone 4G). If I only use English (or any ONE language) then it's fine because if I mistype, the spell check will fix it for me.
However, I write in 3 different languages and some terms are not available in the other 2 languages so I have to mix the other language with English. This doesn't work at all for me.
Funny thing, however, my Motorola RAZR (original 1st gen RAZR) intelligent predictive text input works better than any of the iTouch spell-check system.
Regardless, iPhone 4G supposedly supports BT keyboard so when I'm home, I can use a BT keyboard for writing e-mail.
The question now, will 500 GB enough? (any input is appreciated). I mostly use my current Blackberry 9000 for e-mail and IM (MSN and Yahoo) and read digitalhome.ca, avsforum.com, howardforums.com, highdefdigest.com, engadget (HD, Classic and Mobile), and facebook. I'm 80% at home or at the office (so I use wifi connection) and at the most browse/IM/Emailing no more than 1 hour a day on average.