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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Pooshka, Oct 1, 2011.
So what will the full-upgrade prices be like? $99, $199, $299 or $199, $299, $399?
Let's hope it is $99, $199, $299
If you are talking about iPhone 5
then it would be
This would be the ideal price structure, but $99 for the 16GB isn't too farfetched at all.
I'd guess it be $99 $199 $299 like it's been for the last few years
This. 99$ would be for the 4
Exactly 99$ would be for the low capacity iPhone 4 or 4S.
i think apple will phase out the 8gb model. 8gb is really low even for a "$99" phone. there may be a 16,32,64 model for 99,199,299. There are a few things to take into consideration: 1) apple gets full value for the phone from carriers as the carriers get the 99,199,299. that's the price they charge for the devices because they are subsidized. 2) Apple is the largest buyer of flash memory so moving to a 16gb chip in the base model isn't going to charge much, if anything at all 3) toshiba make 64gb NAND chip starting in 2009, meaning a 64gb iPhone 4o ro even a 64gb 3GS could have been sold.
16GB is all I need so hopefully they will have the iPhone 5 or "4S" or whatever you want to call it in 16GB. They probably should phase out 8GB anything. Even for someone like me who had plenty of extra room in his 4GB Original iPhone, things have changed so much now, 16GB should be the minimum.