CNET News Poll
One big takeaway from Thursday's Apple announcements was that some features of, most notably multitasking, won't be available to iPhone 3G users, and most won't be available to users of the original iPhone at all.
This means that some iPhone owners who don't have an iPhone 3GS may be thinking about upgrading. But many don't have that option. Those who bought a 3G right before the 3GS came out, for example, have to wait until they're eligible for an upgrade or buy used.
I, myself, am in that latter camp, and I'll probably be scouring my local Craigslist for the next couple of weeks looking for a deal. Keeping in mind that OS 4.0 probably won't appear until after Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in June, which should also bring new hardware, we'd like to know what the rest of you iPhone users are going to do--if anything at all.
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