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Just as an FYI, one of the guys at work has migrated from the iPhone 3G -> 3GS -> 4.

Each time he has paid the upgrade price for Rogers and sells the old one for more than the upgrade cost him. So, aside from the initial outlay, which is of course subsidized with a 3-year contract, he is MAKING money with each new generation of iPhone.

How does that work? I guess lots of people lose their iPhones and don't want to spring full pop for a new one.
 

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And likely slimmer, lighter, better form factor
Have you actually held an iPhone 4 and used it?

Form factor is one of those things that can be very user specific. The iPhone 4/Nexus One/HTC Desire/Nexus S are all about the same size. IHMO, they are the ideal size for a smart phone.

Any smaller and the touchscreen/keyboard gets hard to use unless you have very small hands or fingers. Any bigger and it starts to get less pocket friendly.

If you haven't actually tried any of the phones firsthand (pardon the pun) you really should.
 
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