As expected, Apple’s brand new iPhone 3G S is now available for purchase in several European markets, and it should also be available in the US and Canada in a matter of hours.
Now, you’re probably curious about what the iPhone 3G S looks like after being unboxed and disassembled.
Well, the folks over at RapidRepair have already managed to disassemble the new Apple smartphone, after buying a 16GB version earlier today from the Orange Boutique in Paris.
So, here’s the iPhone 3G S like you’ve never seen it before:
On the outside, the iPhone 3G S looks similar to the iPhone 3G. However, as you probably already know, it has better specs, including: a 600 MHz processor, 256MB of RAM, a 3.2MP autofocus camera, digital compass and 16/32GB of internal memory.
The iPhone 3G S is sold in the US for as low as $199/$299 (exclusively from AT&T), while in Europe you can get it even for free – but only on contract and with expensive data plans. Of course, the smartphone’s retail price is quite high, and it can go up to €719.
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