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BofA says 3G iPhone is coming in June

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 29 Mar 2008 17:18 User comments (2)

BofA says 3G iPhone is coming in June If Bank of America is to be believed, then the upcoming 3G Apple iPhone will hit retailers by June and that up to 11 million iPhones will be produced by the Q3 2008.
The new report, from Bank of America analyst Scott Craig, has not been confirmed by Apple or AT&T. "Our latest Channel checks point to a significant production build of a 3G iPhone beginning in the month of June after an initial small build in May," he said.

Craig estimates that 3 million 3G iPhones will be produced by June and then 8 million more in the Q3. Craig previously estimated that there would only be 8 million units produced for the whole year.

Recently other analysts reported that Apple had ordered 10 million 3G iPhones from manufacturers so Craig's estimates don't seem to far out of reach.


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2 user comments

129.3.2008 22:06

if Steve Jobs wasnt there on stage and there where no pyro glifics and laser show with reporters ANd IGeeks. then i doubt we can trust bank of America

230.3.2008 16:31

Again, besides the speed advantage what is the point to get a new iPhone? And will there be some kind of discount if I were to trade in my old iphone for a 3G one?

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