Morgan Stanley Analyst Cites iPhone Prices at $599 and $649

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Date: Thursday, December 14th, 2006, 08:16
Category: Rumor

With full respect to the fact that the iPhone rumor mill has been working overtime lately, an article over on MacRumors.com cites Morgan Stanley analyst Rebecca F. Runkle as having “high conviction” that Apple’s long-waited “iPhone” will be launched in the first half of 2007.
Runkle also cited unnamed sources as to the following specifications for the device:
– $599 for 4 gigabyte capacity
– $649 for 8 gigabyte capacity
– 3.5 inch LCD screen
– Wider than the iPod nano
– Thinner than the iPod Video
– Made of Metal
– Multiple colors, but at least including black, white, and silver
– Cingular Wireless is likely carrier in the U.S.
Previous rumored prices initially cited $249 for the 4 gigabyte model and $449 for the 8 gigabte model. No details have emerged as to whether the higher prices include a service plan or whether the prices will drop down to these levels after a service plan has been purchased.
As the days pass by the rumors grow. Please let us know if you’ve heard anything or have any ideas, suggestions or comments regarding this.


With full respect to the fact that the iPhone rumor mill has been working overtime lately, an article over on MacRumors.com cites Morgan Stanley analyst Rebecca F. Runkle as having “high conviction” that Apple’s long-waited “iPhone” will be launched in the first half of 2007.
Runkle also cited unnamed sources as to the following specifications for the device:
– $599 for 4 gigabyte capacity
– $649 for 8 gigabyte capacity
– 3.5 inch LCD screen
– Wider than the iPod nano
– Thinner than the iPod Video
– Made of Metal
– Multiple colors, but at least including black, white, and silver
– Cingular Wireless is likely carrier in the U.S.
Previous rumored prices initially cited $249 for the 4 gigabyte model and $449 for the 8 gigabte model. No details have emerged as to whether the higher prices include a service plan or whether the prices will drop down to these levels after a service plan has been purchased.
As the days pass by the rumors grow. Please let us know if you’ve heard anything or have any ideas, suggestions or comments regarding this.

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