If you wish to purchase a SIM Free iPhone, an advance reservation is required. (Reservation link is now working, but as of 9:26 AM, October 7th, showing no iPhone's available) Limit two iPhones per transaction. A government-issued ID that matches the name on the reservation is required to pick-up your iPhone. Please arrive at the time and date selected during your reservation, otherwise the reservation will be cancelled.
The reservation link is working but it doesn't even list the 4S yet (as of Wednesday morning), just the 3GS and the 4 - and it shows those two as being unavailable.
I'm wondering if anyone has a guess when the 4S might appear on there, and when it might be available. I can remember last year with the iPhone 4 they had the reservation system up but I can't remember if it was something that only kicked in at the last minute, or the night before, or whatever.
She who laughs last -- probably made a back-up.
It appears that Siri doesn't fully work in Canada, according to the Toronto Star: "When Siri works, it works great, and never ceased to amaze the people I showed it to. But – there’s always a catch – directions, maps and restaurant searches won’t work in Canada. Ask about Indian restaurants in Denver and Siri will list the top-rated ones, but ask the same question for Toronto, Montreal or Vancouver and she tells me Canada isn’t supported. I received the same response when I instructed Siri to take me to the CN Tower. But say “take me to Buffalo, New York,” and Siri will open up the Maps application and show me the way from my home as the starting point. Hopefully Canada will be supported sooner than later." Fabulous.