I don't know about you, but after closely following Steve Jobs' keynote speech at WWDC 08, I'm still left with a lot of questions about the iPhone 3G.
Also: iPhone 3G - Apple’s reality distortion field redefines the phrase “half the price”
Hardware 2.0 WWDC “blogging the blogs” coverage - minute-by-minute!
Apple has already filed a disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission:
Apple has signed multi-year agreements with carriers authorizing them to distribute and provide network services for iPhones in over 70 countries. These agreements are generally not exclusive with a specific carrier, except in the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Spain, Ireland, and certain other countries. Under the vast majority of these agreements, Apple will not receive follow-on revenue generating payments from carriers for the new iPhone 3G beyond the purchase of the device by carriers or a commission on sales of the device by Apple. Apple will continue to receive payments from cellular network providers related to first-generation iPhones as long as they remain active on authorized networks.
Rumors that were floating around that have been busted:
Also, unrelated to the iPhone: