Though we're 14 days into our "We've Got You Covered" iPhone accessory contest, there are still two days left to enter to win. With the ability to enter up to 10 times a day, that means 20 entries to win one of the great prizes we're giving away.
Though wholly unknown to the unanointed technology writers of the world, the privileged few amongst the crowd have had iPhones clanking around in their pockets for about a week now. Such being the case, yesterday saw the first few hands-on reviews of Apple's now uberhyped iPhone hit the presses. The New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, and USA Today each published a detailed review of the iPhone.
In their latest addition to the iPhone video tour section on the official iPhone website, a tutorial on how to activate your iPhone, Apple has announced the pricing details behind AT&T's iPhone service plans. As previously reported by iPhoneFAQ, customers purchasing the iPhone at an Apple retail store or Apple's online store will not be required to be AT&T customers at the time of purchase.
Apple iPhone Service + Data Plans
Though reason would dictate that we'll all hear the real specifics of the iPhone data plan in the next few days, one of the more reliable rumor mills - the Boy Genius Report - released information indicating that the iPhone data plan AT&T Wireless plans to offer might be called the "iPlan".