The BuffaloBuzz with Winston Sih is back with another episode! This week, we take a look at:
1) Many geeks-alike will come to a little dilemma when wanting to upgrade to iPhone 4. You might have nabbed the iPhone 3G or iPhone 3GS last year, and because two years isn’t up yet, you won’t be eligible to snag one of these beauties on June 24th, in the United States. Luckily, Apple announced that they worked out a deal with AT&T to be a little more lenient allowing existing AT&T users to upgrade to the iPhone 4 “up to six months early.”
2) As a follow-up to our last story, AT&T subscribers who use an iPhone will be given reduced pricing to upgrade to the iPhone 4 when it comes out on June 24th. Apple claims this offer will be granted to any who have their contract date in 2010, but as many users know, this will not be foolproof. Click here for the full FAQ.
3) News of iPhone 4 in the UK have recently surfaced, with one of the more notable reports detailing the removal of the unlimited data. We explain those monthly plans.
4) When news surfaced about a security breach at an AT&T website that exposed data of iPad users’ emails, it caused a lot of mis-confusion. We’ll show you some details.