3G iPhone coming in 2008

Posted on Thursday, Nov 29 2007 @ 13:48 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson confirmed Apple is going to release a faster 3G iPhone in 2008:
``You'll have it next year,'' Stephenson said in response to a question about when the 3G iPhone would debut. He said he didn't know how much more the new version will cost than the existing model, which sells for $399. Apple Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs ``will dictate what the price of the phone is,'' he said.


Jobs said in September that the iPhone's battery life would be too short if it supported faster networks. The handset has eight hours of battery life, and 3G chips are ``real power hogs,'' he said at a news conference in London.

``We've got to see the battery lives for 3G get back up into the five-plus-hour range,'' he said. ``Hopefully we'll see that late next year.''
Source: BloomBerg

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