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AT&T BlackBerry Trade Up Program Lists 32GB iPhone Option

AT&T's BlackBerry Bold Trade Up Program lists an interesting option for users wanting to trade in their iPhones for a new BlackBerry model -- a 32GB iPhone 3G, a device that doesn't exist.

The program allows users to trade in a variety of cell phones and smartphones for credit towards one of several BlackBerry models. If you turn in a 16GB iPhone, Apple's current top iPhone model, AT&T will credit you $205. If you can supply a 32GB iPhone, however, AT&T will credit you $335. suggests that this could be an accidental hint at a new iPhone model, but we should point out that the pulldown menu specifically lists a 32GB iPhone 3G, which is the name for the current generation. Accordingly, it could easily represent bad data entry, information from earlier plans for a 32GB model that was never released, but not purged from a database, or that future hint.

Apple is expected to update the iPhone at its upcoming World Wide Developer Conference (WWDC) in June, and while it's certainly possible the company could keep an iPhone 3G model in the lineup, the company's track history is to advance a product line with an entirely new name, for instance iPhone 3G Plus, or somesuch.

In any event, the listing has made for renewed discussion on Apple's plans for the iPhone.

Pulldown menu from AT&T's BlackBerry Bold Trade Up Program
Pulldown menu from AT&T's BlackBerry Bold Trade Up Program

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Lee Dronick said:

Ummm, even if you gave them a 4GB iPhone wouldn’t that be a Trade Down to the BlackBerry smile

I am sure that a 32 GB phone is coming soon, but suppose the new iPhone is a 64GB model?


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