Uh oh FedEx.  Looks like those early deliveries weren’t planned after all.  According to an Apple Rep, who was called by an ‘early receiver’, the iPhone delivery was a mistake.  Some people are able to activate their iPhone 4s, others may not be able to.  Could AT&T/Apple have shut down the activations servers until tomorrow?  

Why not get a jump on all of the excitement and give your activation servers some load testing? 

Sadly, ours is still in Alaska.  More unboxings below.

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