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Rogers Wireless Lists 8GB iPhone 3GS

Apple's iPhone partner in Canada, Rogers Wireless, has begun listing an 8GB version of the iPhone 3GS on its Web site even though Apple isn't officially making one. Currently, Apple's only 8GB iPhone model is the previous generation iPhone 3G, and the new iPhone 3GS is available in 16GB and 32GB configurations.

For now, the 8GB iPhone 3GS is appearing only on a feature comparison Web page, along with the 8GB iPhone 3G. According to the feature comparison chart, the 8GB iPhone 3GS includes the same features as its larger capacity brothers, such as a built-in digital compass, voice control, and video camera support.

Rogers 8GB iPhone 3GS Listing

Apple's own Web site doesn't include any references to an 8GB iPhone 3GS, which means that if a smaller capacity version of the iPhone 3GS is on the way, Rogers spilled the beans ahead of any official announcement.

There isn't any word yet on when -- or if -- the 8GB iPhone 3GS will ship, how much it will cost, and whether or not it will replace the current 8GB iPhone 3G.

Rogers has not yet responded to The Mac Observer's requests for more information.

[Thanks to Mac Rumors for the heads up.]

3 comments from the community.

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Websnap said:

um, it said it’s a 3G, not a 3GS.


Jeff Gamet said:

um, it said itís a 3G, not a 3GS.

The landing page for the iPhone showed only the 8Gb iPhone 3G, but the phone comparison page listed the 3G and 3GS as available in 8GB models.



Websnap said:

it was a mistake, they fixed it.


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