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Thread: How Much Will The 4th Generation iPhone Cost?

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    There won't be a 64gb, it's impossible, the chip doesn't exist

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    Quote Originally Posted by whereswaldo View Post
    There won't be a 64gb, it's impossible, the chip doesn't exist
    uh, the 64gb iPod touch?

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    Looks like white 32gb iphone for me lol

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    It's gonna cost 32gb $299 and 64gb $399 and set by itself 32gb $899 and 64gb $999

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    Quote Originally Posted by thecork View Post
    All i cant wait for is the endless "boo hoo i signed up for a two year contract and now a year later there is a new phone and i want it for free cos I'm a moany ***** and think apple should give me their latest phone for free, I'm outraged!"....Not.
    I don't think anyone is saying that. We are saying we want a comparable discount, at the very least. If a phone is $600 retail (in theory) and a 2yr contract brings it down to $300, it would make sense for ATT to throw their (loyal) customers a bone and offer a $600 (retail) phone to a customer who has had their "old" iPhone for a year for $450. As high as the cheapest lans are for the iPhone, ATT is still making tons of profit AND they are supposed to be upping the ETA fee. I view it as smart business. Why alienate your clientele, especially when a large percentage think the service is crap? (for the record I am not one of those, and I think most of such complaints are unwarranted, especially comparing apples to apples, but they exists nonetheless.
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    I'm telling you there will be 3 models of the 4g....a 16gb, 32gb and 64gb. They need to keep the 16gb on sale at a lower price for the "older" folks that only keep the beatles greatest hits and stuff on their phones. 32GB will be the most popular and 64GB will be for the myself.

    Hey you try to cycle your 32gb 3Gs every week to make space for new songs and movies....

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    @skatertrash the iPod touch has two chips because of it's lack of phone, 3g and camera

  9. #49
    $99 for the 16GB

  10. #50
    It's probably gonna be same storage and same price

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    I don't know,if we go with the trend it would be somewhere between $4000 and $5000 big ones that is what they been selling for lately!
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    Lol everybody said that in 2008 and what happened...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aimetti View Post
    not really czroe

    when the 3g went from 8gb / 16gb to the 3gs 16 gb / 32gb respectively the price stayed the same. Most would expect the same now.

    not to mention the ipod touch already has 64 gb, not a huge deal here.
    That's the same flawed logic this "analyst" is using. No. This time there is more than a simple CPU speed and memory bump. In addition to the second camera, flash, better battery, etc, there will likely be a DL speed increase too (AT&T's "3.5G" HSPA+). All of iPhone OS 4's features will not be accessible to iPhone and iPhone 3G, so there are even more potential upgraders, especially due to aging batteries. Mark my words: 16GB, $199, 32GB, $299, 64GB is only possible in the future and/or at a higher price.

    Neither you nor the analyst seem to account for the fact that an "in the wild" 4th gen iPhone HD was already seen with only 16GB. That's pretty damning evidence right there and it just so happens to fit my reasoning.

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    Hurry up and release already!

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    Quote Originally Posted by whereswaldo View Post
    There won't be a 64gb, it's impossible, the chip doesn't exist

    according to many outlets, Toshiba 64GB Nand chip was announced in Dec 09, appears to be in HVM and ready for delivery.
    Toshiba Set to Roll Out 2Xnm-node 64Gb NAND Flash Memory -- Tech-On!

    In the past readings, many articles have pointed out that the iphone/ipod touch have enough room for 2 large non system chips.
    iphone uses 1 for storage and the other for telcom
    ipod touch can use both for storage.

    My wife lost her ipod touch today. It maybe cheaper in the long run to upgrade my phone to the 4G and hand down my 32GB 3Gs to her than buy a new ipod touch.

    I hope Steve's promises that the 4G will be a huge product intro will stand true.
    After all the 3Gs wasn't really that big of an upgrade, unless the device was jailbroken with themes running.

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    Well I think if you hang around certain bars long enough you'll find one of the iPhones and get it for free, but you MIGHT have to give it back...

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  21. #60
    How do I get a job stating the obvious? Yes, every year the base amount of memory doubles. We went from 4 -> 8 -> 16 so 32 seems pretty obvious. Moreover, we went from 16 gigs as the top end on 3g, to 32 gigs top end. If 32 becomes the bottom end, it seems pretty obvious we'll see that pattern also continue with a 64 gigabyte version for the top end.

    And we've also seen in previous years that the price remains the same for base/top-end models despite having their memory doubled.

    The only obvious thing that the analyst forgot to mention was that the 16 gigabyte 3gs would probably be dropped down to only $99 while the 3g would be phased out entirely.

    How do I get a job stating the obvious?

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