Beta’s got it that Canadia (yes, I spelled that right) is finally poised to get the iPhone. Rogers is set as the carrier, and the device will sell for $799 Canadian, which is, like, close to $799 American.
The question is, why so much? Since our domestic flavor of the iPhone has dropped to a palatable level, why is Apple giving the screw to the beer-drinking, non-gun-owning neighbors to the north? Maybe somebody forgot to let Steve and company in on the fact that their dollar is doing just fine, than you very much.
All of this is ready to launch in the next couple weeks, but we’ll wait and see for ourselves.
Report: iPhone Coming to Canada via Rogers [Beta News]