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July 17, 2007

Second Generation iPhone in Time For Xmas?!

Rumors are flying that a second generation Apple iPhone will be out in time for Christmas 2007, most likely in September.

The report claims that the new iPhone from Apple will begin shipping in September with prices ranging from US$249-299. The paper added that Apple recently visited Wintek to deliver instructions on manufacturing and the company has begun test production in small volumes.
However, a different team within JP Morgan followed up with a report of its own that stated it thinks it unlikely Apple will release a low-end Nano version of the iPhone in the near term. The report concluded that although a lower-end iPhone is inevitable, a near-term launch would be unusual and highly risky. JP Morgan now officially believes that the next iPhone iteration will be a 3G phone.

I could see a smaller Nano version coming soon, probably in time for the Christmas season, but I don't believe some of the other rumors that are claiming it'll be a 3G and updated version of the same iPhone just released. It's too soon, even for Apple.

What do you think?

Posted in Apple & Mac , WiFi by usrbingeek at 2007-07-17 13:01 ET (GMT-5) | 0 Comments | Permalink


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