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Second-generation Apple iPhone in September for $249?

Posted on Tuesday, July 17 2007 @ 14:16:01 CEST by


Chinese media claim Apple is ordering touch screen panels for its second-generation iPhone phones. Rumour has it that these new iPhones may arrive in September and will be priced at $249-$299.
Other Chinese-language media reports have listed Quanta Computer as the possible manufacturer of the second-generation device. Quanta has denied that report and Wintek has declined to comment, citing customers confidentiality.

JP Morgan has also contributed to the speculation, issuing a report earlier this month discussing the possibility of a low-end Nano version of the iPhone in the near term, with the financial firm basing its forecast on channel checks and a public patent filing.

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.




 



 

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