Apple’s next-gen iPhone “will launch at WWDC 2008, in two or possible three different configurations, and prices starting at US$399. There are a few other tweaks, which, however, may be less than you would expect from a next-gen iPhone,” Richard Felton reports for TG Daily.
“Our sources told us that there will be at least two models, one with 8 GB and one with 16 GB memory, priced at $399 and $499, respectively. This pricing structure is identical to current iPhones There is a chance that we could see a 32 GB version for $599, but we were not able to receive a confirmation for this claim,” Felton reports.
“Apple is also now working in tic-tock mode between iPhone and iPod Touch. iPod touch should always have a twice the capacity model for the same price as iPhone,” Felton reports.
More in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Markim” for the heads up.]