I can think of much worse ways to spend $100 for a month. Well, I'm a geek like dat.
I'm more interested in the new ipod nano with the little video screen. It's about $149, and will play the music and video. I'm cool with my old cell phone. Besides, I'd never be able to keep an iphone clean.
This just in: In his open letter to iPhone owners Steve Jobs offers $100 store credit for those "poor early adopters". Not bad, eh?http://www.apple.com/hotnews/openiphoneletter/
vic - That iPod Nano screen is too small for video. I have a phone with a 2.5" screen vs. the Nano's 2" screen and its not worth the eye strain.Perttu peep this analysis of the rebate - "Had nobody complained, Apple would have left it at that. But Jobs expected complaints and had an answer waiting — the $100 Apple store credit. This was no knee-jerk reaction, either. It was already there just waiting if needed. Apple keeps an undeserved $50 million and customers get $50 million back. Or do they? Some customers will never use their store credit. Those who do use it will nearly all buy something that costs more than $100. And, most importantly, those who bought their iPhones at an AT&T store will have to make what might be their first of many visits to an Apple Store. That is alone worth the $50 per customer this escapade will eventually cost Apple, taking into account unused credits and Apple Store wholesale costs."
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