Apple's new iPhone hits the market tomorrow. But people are already standing on line for it.
As you probably know by now Apple's new iPhone is cheaper than its predecessor and works over faster third generation wireless networks. The base model sells for about $200, while an upgraded 16-gigabyte model costs about $300.
The reviews are mixed. Our sister site MSNBC writes, The new iPhone 3G is “worth the wait,” “mostly keeps its promises,” but is “not so much better that it turns all those original iPhones into has-beens,” according to reviews published Wednesday by USA Today, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.
The first one was dubbed the "Jesus Phone" because of the overwhelming hype writes CNBC's Jim Goldman in his blog Tech Check. This new one is quite literally Apple's "Second Coming."
And that leads to our Fast Money Reader Poll. Considering the hype and reviews how willing are you to spend $199 to try out the new iPhone?
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