There's no dock in the iPhone 3G's box. And the iPhone 3G doesn't fit in the original iPhone's dock. You could pay $29 for a new one. Or you could just make the damn thing fit in the dock you already have. All you need is steady hands, a Dremel and a buffing cloth. Carve, buff, voila. Here are the happy, frugal results:
Any knife will work as well, that stuff is not hard to cut away at. If the plugins are the same (obviously they are) then its a pretty obvious solution.
Good to hear confirmation that the plug itself has not changed at all.
Not that I will ever see an IPhone in the wild to purchase.
I don't really want to give ATT my money for something they can't even give me a delivery date on.
ATT Goon: We guarantee it within 21 days!!!
Me: Or what?
ATT Goon: What do you mean?
Me: What do I get if you don't get it in 21 days?
ATT Goon: Um... Nothing, I guess?
Me: Yeah, an unbacked guarantee that only costs me $300. Fabulous.