Do you really want to pay $200 more?

I usually don’t delve into topics outside AIR, Flash, or Flex on this blog, but I just cant resist. To preface this, I am a very happy iPhone owner. The iPhone is missing a few features, but overall it is the best device I have ever used. Yesterday, Apple decided to drop the price by $200 to $399. And in celebration of this, all I see today is posts about how pissed off iPhone users are. Here is my statement to you: Get over it! I am sure that if you really want to, Apple will be happy to accept an extra $200 from you while making any future iPhone purchases.

Anyways, if you want see something else related to this whole debacle that will give you a good laugh, check out this article about how Apple and Nokia are trading barbs using AdWords.

3 thoughts on “Do you really want to pay $200 more?

  1. There is an open letter to all iPhone owners from Steve Jobs on the Apple site that owners can get $100 store credit to a future purchase at the Apple store. I think this is far better than an other company would have done.

    http://www.apple.com/hotnews/openiphoneletter/

    Although I’m tempted to contact Samsung and see if I can get the price difference on my two 21″ LCD’s that I bought and can now find for many hundreds of dollars cheaper. 🙂

  2. I still don’t understand why everyone is so upset. I read an article yesterday that said: “If you felt the iPhone wasn’t worth $600, then you shouldn’t have purchased one. Welcome to supply and demand people.” I think that sums it up quite nicely. I’d be a tad upset about paying that much, but I’d be a lot happier knowing I had an iPhone.

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