The price drop on the iPhone is an assault on early adopters. It has NOTHING! to do with market forces, consumer interest, or Apple's strategy to enter further into the PDA market. No no no....
Current favorite idjit:
- "I am a recent Mac convert, and have a household with four iPods and an iPhone. I will never, EVER, buy another 1.0 product from Apple. To have my phone depreciate by $50 a week is ridiculous. F-you Apple."
Edit: Whoa! New winner!
- "*raises hand* I'm extremely unhappy at this, infact saying I'm so flaming pissed-off I could shoot someone would be like calling the atlantic ocean a pond.
Two f**king months, Apple. TWO WTF are you thinking?!?!I'm usually one of those people who doesn't question what Apple does because it usually works out, but this is one where I'm on the other side. This hurts, Apple. Call me a whiner, but you basically said,"thanks everyone who bought an iPhone! We're glad you're our customers and helped us get out of the gates with record number! Now f*ck you!We're devaluing your purchase 65% in one hour! Bizzatch, that's what you get for being an early adopter!"