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iPhone iNsanity

Few product announcements have been as overplayed and overanalyzed as Apple's release of its next generation iPhone. And that's even before anyone outside of the Cupertino campus has seen it.

Apple iPhone 3G
(Courtesy Apple)

Today, in less than two hours, folks, the company may unveil a new version of the phone at its developers conference in San Francisco. The new phone could be sleeker, thinner, cheaper and faster than the first model. And that's created a lot of buzz and excitement for months leading up to the conference that begins today.

Aside from nifty new tricks like global satellite positioning services and corporate email, what people will be focused on is if Apple produces a cheaper and faster phone that will work on a 3G network for high-speed wireless Internet. The phone currently comes in two models, an 8-gigabyte version for $399 and a 16 GB version for $499.

We'll be watching and keeping you posted here and on Faster Forward.

By Cecilia Kang  |  June 9, 2008; 11:41 AM ET  | Category:  Cecilia Kang
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Nice Posting. Apple iPhone is the best technology for mobile phone. There is one "app" that I would like to see on the iPhone... it's called Flash. Ever heard of it.

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