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iPhone 4 in stock – Finally!

Back on Sept 1st, I mentioned that I had taken on the task of finding a shiny new Apple iPhone 4 for my lovely wife.  At the time the iPhone had been in Canada a little over a month.

It really shouldn’t have been that difficult.  According to Rogers Wireless, I was eligible to upgrade to the 16 GB model for $160; assuming I could find one.  They didn’t have any in stock so they advised me to pick one up at a Rogers Wireless dealer store.

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Netflix Canada Review – The PS3 Experience

As I mentioned a couple of days ago, Netflix is now available in Canada.  Currently, Netflix can run on your PC, PS3 and Wii (as well as iPod/iPad & iPhone).  Apparently, an Xbox 360 version is still in the works.

Sadly, in order for it to run on a Wii, you need an application disc.  When you sign up, if you select that you have a Wii, they will automatically send one out to you.  Mine is supposedly already in the mail.

So, with that in mind, I tested the service on a PS3 connected to our 46″ 1080p LCD to find out if it is any good.

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iPhone 4 still sold out in Canada!

Tomorrow morning, the iPhone 4 will be released in China.

I guess that’s all nice and dandy for them, but how exactly can Apple start selling iPhone 4’s to the most populous country in the world, when they can’t even build enough iPhone 4’s to meet demand in Canada?

Like seriously, WTF!

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iPhone 4 Now Available In Canada

Honestly, I could care less, but there appears to be a lot of interest in Apple’s newest creation.

Despite the acknowledged antenna design flaw, hundreds of interested buyers lined up this morning so that they could be some of the first in the country to own one.

For fun I went and checked and the Rogers web site informed me that I am “eligible” to upgrade both of my cell phone accounts to an iPhone 4 if I so choose.  I guess that means that they give me permission to sign my cell phone rights over to them for 3 more years and likewise agree to pay excessive data charges for said privilege.  Personally, I’m happy with my LG eXpo (review coming soon).

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