So I guess today is the Real 17th, or, in Australia the 18th.
We noticed yesterday after our post went up that Apple had changed the Australian iTunes site to indicate June 18th instead of the 17th. Interesting... ;)
All the drama aside, I am truly pleased with my iPhone upgrade. And the fact that is was free... well, that brings to mind another point. In general, Apple's upgrades are smoother and less expensive than other company's upgrades (you know who I mean)... Snow Leopard will ship for $129, and a meager $29 for for those with the previous OS. This makes their products more accessible and their customers more willing to forgive them for being ever so slightly provincial in their release date planning. :)
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