Today is July 11th, 2008, and today the iPhone 3G and iPhone Software 2.0 are finally available. The 2.0 update was announced in March, along with the iPhone SDK, and iPhone 3G was announced last month, on June the 9th. The software upgrade is available today, as is iPhone 3G, which will be in consumer’s […]
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iPhone 3G has landed.

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Today is July 11th, 2008, and today the iPhone 3G and iPhone Software 2.0 are finally available. The 2.0 update was announced in March, along with the iPhone SDK, and iPhone 3G was announced last month, on June the 9th. The software upgrade is available today, as is iPhone 3G, which will be in consumer’s hands this morning at 8:00 AM.

Over the past year or so, the iPhone has changed a lot. When it first debuted on June 29th, 2007, it came in 4 GB and 8 GB models, did not have a WiFi iTunes Store, did not have support for 3rd Party Applications, did not have GPS or 3G networking capabilities, looked a lot different, and lacked many other features iPhones everywhere now have.

To those of you like me that are braving the lines the morning and are going to your local AT&T (or other carrier) or Apple Retail Store, best of luck. And to those who are reading with iTunes open in the background updating their current V1 iPhones, may you enjoy your new software.

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