The first generation iPhone sold 6,000,000 units worldwide. There has to be a reason. These are some of them.
The original price of the iPhone was groundbreaking and innovative. It was also a very expensive toy. About 50% of the people who were surveyed that didn’t buy an iPhone said that the price was the reason they didn’t. However, at the time of purchase, you now pay a considerably less amount of money up front. The iPhone that has 8GB of memory sells for just $ 199 which is 1/3 the price of what the iPhone that only had 4GB of memory sold for a year ago. The 16GB model sells for $ 299.
Website pages load up to 2.8 times faster with the 3G capable iPhone. That’s quick. Most people would much prefer to obtain the information that they are looking for sooner as opposed to later. Unfortunately, the 3G wireless service provider plans for the iPhone 3G follows their rather expensive pricing structure, meaning that you’ll have to pay for whatever pricing plan you choose plus their unlimited 3G data services.
Greater International Support From a multilingual keyboard that you can change to a removable SIM card on the fly. The new features of this model make it much more compatible for use internationally. Regardless if you need to access the Internet while you are overseas, or you simply want to trade your SIM card in for another, this model is better than the original. Applications Galore
The software developer’s kit for the iPhone is now available which makes the potential for future applications along with the iPhone’s existing programs make the iPhone 3G unique in the offering of cellular phones. The iPhone is Still at the Head of the Class
For all the assertions that the advent of the iPhone changed everything in the world of cellular phones, not much has changed in the world of the cellular phones. It’s almost as if Apple is so far ahead in its thinking and innovation that it has an insurmountable lead over its competitors.
However, not everyone needs or wants an iPhone 3G. However, the iPhone 2.0 software upgrade that enables the Application Store to download applications is free to all iPhone owners who are first generation users. In addition, some people may want to hold out for a better upgrade to the hardware, such as a better camera or additional storage. Many people will buy an iPhone 3G. Many others may simply wait for something like 32GB of memory.