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As we wait, almost bubbling over with excitement, the folks over in Cupertino are bustling around preparing for this Friday's anticipated iPhone 5 launch. One of the ways that Apple is getting its stuff together is by devoting more resources into approving any application updates to ensure iPhone 5 owners are greeted with a store-full of applications compatible with iOS 6 and utilizing the device's new taller screen.
As we evaluate and take some of the many applications released each week through our review process, we try to highlight the best aspects of some and furthermore the best all around. More specifically, with games. At the end of every week, we’ll give you a rundown on a few
Sometime last week, I received a few products from the geeky, and so similar to me, guys over at ThinkGeek. Since the four things I got aren’t really worthy of a full review
Both Australian iPhone carriers Optus and Telstra have announced their plans and prices for the iPhone 3G. Both carriers will be offering more traditional iPhone 3G plans. On Optus, pricing of the handset is listed at the monthly "handset repayment" charge, which ranges from $0/month to $59/month depending on model and plan. Plans range from 19/month for 100MB data and "$50 of calls and text", to $179/month for 1GB of data and "$1500 of calls and text".
On Monday, Australian wireless carrier Telstra confirmed report that it had joined the ranks of the Australian carriers which would provide service for the iPhone via its Next G broadband network. The company also announced sales of the upcoming iPhone 3G handset and will retail the unit for $279 AUD for an 8GB model and $399 for the 16GB model.
According to Australian IT, wireless carrier Telstra will be joining Optus and Vodafone in offering the iPhone 3G at it's launch. According to unnamed sources, they will be getting the 3G iPhone on July 22nd, eleven days after it's rival carriers. Perhaps most unusual about the announcement is that their sources also say the Australian iPhone 3G will be capable of operating on the 850Mhz frequency range, something the original iPhone was not capable of. [via Australian IT]