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    ^^^thanks bro added it to the roster


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    Apple News | New 3G iPhone Already in USA, Canada?
    Friday, 23rd May 2008, 05:05 pm
    Since mid-March, Apple Inc. and its logistics partners have imported 188 ocean containers of a product type never before declared on its shipping manifests, reports ImportGenius.com.

    By analyzing thousands of U.S. customs records for Apple Computer, employees of the search engine for container shipment data identified a major spike in imports generated by a new product type.

    “They have never before reported this product on their customs declarations,” says Ryan Petersen of ImportGenius.com. “The fact that they are importing millions of units, combined with dwindling stocks of the first generation of iPhones, clearly supports the Citi analysts predictions.”

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    Oh i forgot to add this also

    On March 19 Quanta delivered 20 ocean containers of merchandise, described on the Bills of Lading as “electric computers,” to Apple, Inc. Neither Apple, Quanta, nor any other company has ever used this product description for any shipments to the U.S.
    The advanced features of the iPhone make it perfectly legitimate for Apple to declare the products as computers, rather than telephones.

    ImportGenius.com also notes that over the last few months shipments of “desktop computers” and other devices did not fall off, indicating that these “electric computers” represent a new product for the company rather than a simple renaming for their Customs declarations.

    Several of those products carried the Apple computer name in what appeared to be an accidental disclosure on the customs record. With arrival notification addresses in Vancouver, Canada, many of Schenker’s shipments appeared destined for the Canadian market. Apple has thus far not made the iPhone available in Canada, however Rogers Wireless recently announced that it would begin offering the item shortly.

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    GaDamn...! lol now they're getting shipping menafestos... lol
    i used to work for CSX RailRoad here in America dealing with Containers and i always read the manifest of the containers to see what was inside... i find this very funny and cool at the same time.

    who the hell tracks all this..?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?

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    any skelitons in the closet.......ahh containers
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    Quote Originally Posted by bogdi1988 View Post
    3G switch is not a fact. the picture was faked. RUMOR....

    http://www.engadget.com/2008/05/21/3...hink-its-stil/
    talk about people not being able to read between the lines...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChronicProductions View Post
    talk about people not being able to read between the lines...
    exactly what im saying, and wasnt it you who executed the code?

    and @ lordofdaflies thanks a lot for the steady contribution

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    there is definetly going to be a 3g iphone, there is no doubt about it

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    Thanks its my new ...... obsession??? hobby??? what ever you wanna call it
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    New iPhone 2.0 Beta Adds Photo Geo-tagging
    Thursday, 22nd May 2008, 11:05 am
    A new iPhone 2.0 Beta Update released privately to a select group adds geo-tagging support for photos, according to an AppleInsider report. The release is labeled build 5A292g.

    In location-aware services such as "Maps" and "Camera" the software now asks the user's permission before transmitting data used to identify their current geographical location.

    In addition, Apple has added a new switch under the iPhone's general preference pane that will allow users to enable/disable Location Services on a system-wide basis.

    Geo-tagging adds geographical location data to files so that those files can later be referenced, searched, and grouped based on their origin.

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    qith the new 3G connectivity will be legend......wait for it....dary

    sorry been watching alot of how i met your mother

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