High end iPhone in the pipeline???

Discussion in 'iPhone' started by antzzz, Jun 11, 2008.

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  1. antzzz macrumors newbie

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    Just thinking about this 3G iPhone, there isn't really much 'wow' compared to the 2G model... its an excellent phone, but I think I was expecting more, and its the kind of phone, that if it had a few more bits and pieces, I wouldn't say no to seeing an RRP of double that amount.

    So here's the thing, does anyone think that Apple is possibly looking to introduce a high end model... with the 5 MP camera and flash, with the 32 Gb HDD, with the front facing camera, with the 7.x + HSDPA (or something even faster, Telstra is capable of 14.x Mbps on their 850 network I think)...

    Theres certainly room for a high end model with premium pricing, and I think many people would be willing to pay for it... I would be.

    So what are peoples thoughts, I want the current model anyway, but I just need Telstra to jump on board... 3G in regional Australia is 850 on Telstra and will be 900 with Vodafone and Optus (the 2 networks that actually have the iPhone). Bah!
     
  2. brn2ski00 macrumors 68020

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  3. isimon1207 macrumors member

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    this would have been anounced before the cheap version of the iPhone. Thats just the way apple is
     
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