Pricing of Iphone 5
Hi all, First time posting so be easy... Anyways, I was wondering if anyone knew the price points of the IPhone 5? Also, what would the pricing be of the IPhone 4 when the new one comes out? I'm contemplating on buying the IPhone 4 when the new one comes out but only if its alot cheaper than IPhone 5 (I'm talking about at least $100 difference). Any thoughts???
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I'd almost put money on the fact that the price will stay the same as it was for the iPhone 4, or perhaps even come down a little (a little more doubtful on that though). They'd be foolish to raise the price with the droid phones putting up a good fight these days...even with substantially better features, the price point keeps them well into the profit, and they sell out every piece of hardware they release...EVERY time.
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ATT is selling iPhone 4, online, refurbished, blemished @
$79.00/2nd contract. Have seen 5 purchased and no noticeable
Flaws. All work and look like new. This is a great buy.
ATT usually runs this discount fora short time and then
stops until supply goes up again. Shorter warranty but
worth the money at $79.00
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The past releases of the iPhone has always been $199/$299 based on the storage size... can't see Apple raising it at this point... and the talk is of a second, lower cost phone... so I expect the price of the iPhone5 to hold at $199/$299 based on size and a cheaper entry level model.
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The iPhone 5 prices will most likely be the same as the current new iPhone 4 prices. $199/$299 subsidized (don't recall what the partially or unsubsidized prices will be). iPhone 4 will probably be released as only one model (maybe 8GB, or maybe 16GB, who knows) for $99 subsidized. There may be various sales at some point like they have had for the older iPhones, but they have kept this pricing scheme for quite some time.
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- 08-02-2011, 03:56 AM #24iPhone Newbie
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The prices will most likely stay the same ($199 16GB and $299 32GB), or if anything Apple might lower them a bit or possibly add more storage at the same price points.
The iPhone 4 will most likely be bumped down to $49 (w/ a 2-year contract). Although, Apple may make the iPhone 4 $99 or even free. If history is any guide, they'll also downgrade the storage of the iPhone 4 to 8GB (as the iPhone 3GS is now, which is sold for $49).
- 08-05-2011, 01:51 PM #25iPhone Nanite
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is iphone 5 really worth the wait, will the camera be better??
battery life?? and will the sim be a microchip?? iv never had iphone before but i want to buy the iphone 5 it seems cool, can anyone give me advice, i want to keep my current pay as you go deal and number but with and iphone 5 but is that possible?? and roughly what would be a pay as you go deal with iphone 5??