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First TV advert for the Apple iPhone 3G: video

The official launch of the all new Apple 3G iPhone wouldn’t be complete without a full scale visual assault, and to this end Apple have made a snazzy new television advertisement to announce the birth of their latest iPhone handset. And so following Steve Jobs Keynote announcement of the iPhone 3G at WWDC 08, Apple posted their first iPhone 3G advertisement.

Below you will find a video showing the Apple iPhone 3G TV ad which depicts two security guards escorting a case down a hallway to reveal a quick glimpse of the Apple iPhone 3G, and the advert befits Apple’s minimalistic design philosophy.

However, the best part is towards the end when the video actually gives an almost 360 degree view of this new stunning Apple iPhone 3G, showing it in all its sexy splendour. We see solid metal buttons adorn the iPhone 3G’s sexy edges, and the now familiar home button sitting alone below the iPhone 3G’s stunning 3.5 inch multi-touch display.

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This TV advert leaves you wanting to own this sexy handset, and gives the viewer a great idea of just how attractive this newest offering from Apple really is. It is good to finally here those words…”It’s finally here, the first phone to beat the iPhone!” And the best bit…”For half the price!”Yes it’s finally here! And so is the video so watch, drool and enjoy.

Source — intomobile

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    Carl says:

    The monthly price for voice plus data plus tax looks to me to be prohibitive. Think I’ll wait and see what Android phones offer later this year.

    I have read that if you cancel your contract, you will be required to return your 3G iphone (to avoid the phones getting sold to the unlocking market). So that brings up the obvious question, if I should lose my shiny new 3G iphone over the side of a boat on Day 2 of my 2 year contract, will I owe AT&T $1680 (24 x $70) plus taxes??

    And does that mean we are essentially leasing the phone, not buying it? Thus, even if I fulfill out the full 2 year contract, if I then terminate service, will Apple/AT&T require me to return the phone?

    If the answer to any of those questions is yes, then that is a dealbreaker and I won’t even be considering a new iphone.

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