Are you buying an iPhone 4?

The iPhone 4 launches in Australia this Friday. Will you buy one?

Are you planning to buy the iPhone 4?

Are you planning to buy the iPhone 4?

Apple's latest iPhone, the iPhone 4, has finally hit Aussie shores. While US consumers were able to get their hands on Apple's latest gadget on 24 June, Australians had to wait until 30 July.

Despite the well-publicised antenna issues, the iPhone 4 is still expected to sell like hotcakes. Most of the iPhone plans are competitive, and the launch parties that were held overnight by Telstra, Optus and VHA saw plenty of eager iPhone 4 customers in attendance.

Have you bought, or will you buy the iPhone 4? If so, what is your preferred telco?

If not, are you concerned by the antenna issues, or would you simply prefer an Android phone, like the HTC Desire? Let us know in the comments below!

For full details on all the iPhone 4's new features, read our iPhone 4 guide.

Also check out all the angles of Apple's latest smartphone in our Apple iPhone 4 gallery.

What do you think of the Australian iPhone 4 plans? Let us know in the comments below!

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Ross Catanzariti

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11 Comments

Rohan

Staff

1

No. Firstly, I couldn't afford one. Secondly, why would I want a phone that has a major hardware flaw? Thirdly, I don't want Apple to tell me what I can and can't do with a phone -- so if I was going to get a smartphone I'd go for an Android (maybe the HTC Desire).

john

2

YESYESYESYESYES!!!!!

geoff

3

Nope, getting a Samsung Galaxy S :)

Rohan

Staff

4

@geoff yeah it's a pretty nice phone. I had a brief play with it and its screen is amazing (though, sadly, probably not as good as the iPhone 4's -- but it's Android! :-) ).

Nicholas

5

NO...! I have my eye on the Nokia N8 being released soon...

Ex apple fan

6

Not going back to Iphone. Already have a Vibrant and an iphone seems like old tech. The speed and screen are amazing, I only could get downloads through wifi. Android haso far better useful apps than iphone, though iphone where prettier. Won't go back to Apple, freedom with Android has proved to be more practice solution that what apple offers with the 4g.

James

7

What is the Vibrant??

Murali

8

No No No...
Waiting for Nokia N8 which looks like the best ever camera phone (12MP. OMG!) with HD capture, Multitouch, cool webTV apps, improved UI, speed and many more. I've seen it and it looks really good.
All at very reasonable price I guess!!!

BOOM

9

Go the retro phone revival!!!

Just got myself a nokia 8850 and motorola v8808. Mono screen, clicky buttons. NO EMAIL, NO WEB, NO CAMERA classic mobile phoning. Great phones and look super cool :)

Cam

10

@BOOM the only cool thing about them phones is they come in pink. A part from that there useless. No, No, No i have the HTC Desire love very minute of it, only thing i hate is when people ask me if it's a iphone >.<

Krusty

11

Not until it works.

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