Later today, Apple is expected to officially announce the fourth-generation iPhone (widely known as iPhone 4G or iPhone HD – although it might have a different name in the end).
In order to lure as many users to buy the new iPhone, AT&T has reportedly adjusted upgrade eligibility requirements, so if yesterday you were not eligible to get a new subsidized iPhone, today you might be (with or without the $18 upgrade fee).
You can check if you’re eligible by logging in to AT&T’s website with your Wireless Number or U-verse Member ID.
The new Apple iPhone should have a white and a black version, probably featuring a 960 x 460 pixels display, 5MP camera with flash, video calling, tethering, and a faster processor. We’ll bring more details when the smartphone is announced.
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