Price for NEW iPhone 4G/HD/G4?

What will the NEW Pricing BE?

  • Higher than current pricing

    Votes: 29 12.1%
  • Lower than current pricing

    Votes: 15 6.3%
  • Same pricing

    Votes: 196 81.7%

  • Total voters
    240

iphone529

macrumors regular
Original poster
Jul 23, 2007
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What do you think the new price will be for the NEW iPhone 4G/HD/G4, whatever you want to call it. This will be for eligible upgrades only!

Higher? Lower? than the current pricing?
 

Arushan

macrumors member
Apr 15, 2010
74
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It'll be the same price of the 3gs and the 3gs price will be bumped down to the 3g pricing

thats wat ithink
 

bigjnyc

macrumors 603
Apr 10, 2008
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I hope the new phone comes in 16gb I think for me 32gb would be too big I just about use half of 16gb on my 3G
whats the difference it will probably cost the same. Is it going to bother you seeing all that empty unused memory?:confused:
 

vitasenza

macrumors member
Jul 6, 2007
57
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Curious how do you figure?

3G 8 = $99
3GS 16 = $199
3GS 32 = $299

On contract.
I think his logic is that the 3g 8gig started at $199 then later got reduced to $99 when the 3gs came out. Since the 3gs 16gig will be the lowest memory range of this gen, he's thinking that the new phone will have 32gig at $199 and 64gig at $299 with the 3gs 16gig moving to the $99 price point.
 

AbSoluTc

macrumors 601
Sep 21, 2008
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I think his logic is that the 3g 8gig started at $199 then later got reduced to $99 when the 3gs came out. Since the 3gs 16gig will be the lowest memory range of this gen, he's thinking that the new phone will have 32gig at $199 and 64gig at $299 with the 3gs 16gig moving to the $99 price point.
Ah.

Not sure the new phone will have 64gig. Will be interesting to see though. I know I will be sticking with 32 unless his pricing scheme is right. I still have only used maybe 5 gigs on my phone. Lol.
 

kas23

macrumors 603
Oct 28, 2007
5,627
291
They better come out with a 64 GB model. Many people use their iPhone as an iPod and mine (16 GB) is bursting at the seams.
 

lyons238

macrumors 6502
Mar 21, 2010
252
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I have 50gb of music. They need to start making 120gb iPhones for ppl with tons of music and want room for vids, apps etc
 

Barbs

macrumors 6502
Oct 28, 2008
332
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I hope the new phone comes in 16gb I think for me 32gb would be too big I just about use half of 16gb on my 3G
If it shoots HD video you will want as much space as you can get your hands on.

I'll be getting the 64gb (if possible) for this very reason alone.
 

Chip NoVaMac

macrumors G3
Dec 25, 2003
8,894
31
Northern Virginia
I think his logic is that the 3g 8gig started at $199 then later got reduced to $99 when the 3gs came out. Since the 3gs 16gig will be the lowest memory range of this gen, he's thinking that the new phone will have 32gig at $199 and 64gig at $299 with the 3gs 16gig moving to the $99 price point.
Sort of afraid that the new iPhone 4G might come in higher with the dual cameras :( Apple needs to try to maintain price points IMO :(

About a month away to find out though....

I need to replace my iPhone 1G after three years of good use.. have some discoloration and some strange etching on the screen - but still going strong here. :D
 

AbSoluTc

macrumors 601
Sep 21, 2008
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I have 50gb of music. They need to start making 120gb iPhones for ppl with tons of music and want room for vids, apps etc
The odds of you actually LISTENING to ALL 50GB of music? Do you REALLY need to have 50GB of music all on your phone at one fell swoop?

Not to poke fun at you or anything but that is a lot of music all on one device and seems like over kill.
 

Chip NoVaMac

macrumors G3
Dec 25, 2003
8,894
31
Northern Virginia
The odds of you actually LISTENING to ALL 50GB of music? Do you REALLY need to have 50GB of music all on your phone at one fell swoop?

Not to poke fun at you or anything but that is a lot of music all on one device and seems like over kill.
Out of 64GB of music I do have half of it that I listen to on a regular basis... never know what mood will strike me here :)
 

Geckotek

macrumors G3
Jul 22, 2008
8,560
84
NYC
I see both sides of the argument. I used to say the same, "why do you need 64GB of music on you?" But now I gotta say that I prefer not to have to pick and choose or filter anything out. Just load it all up and not spend time worrying about it. Much simpler.
 

beaner454

macrumors regular
Apr 22, 2003
145
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The odds of you actually LISTENING to ALL 50GB of music? Do you REALLY need to have 50GB of music all on your phone at one fell swoop?

Not to poke fun at you or anything but that is a lot of music all on one device and seems like over kill.
Since when is the iPhone (or Apple in general) about things that people need? If I'm spending upwards of $2000/yr for a phone I want it to be able to play any song that I own.

Also while I'm not going to listen to all 50gb, I don't tend to know ahead of time which songs I'm going to want to listen to ahead of time.
 
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