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Report: 15 million 3G iPhones built in 2008

Friedman Billings Ramsey semiconductor analyst Craig Berger estimates that Apple will build at least 15 million 3G iPhones in 2008 bringing the total iPhone production to at least 17 million phones.

Report: 3G iPhone costs $173 to make

How can Apple and AT&T put a relatively low pricetag of just $199 on the new 3G iPhone? According to research firm iSuppli, the answer is in the low cost of the components. iSuppli estimates

Study says businesses aren't convinced of iPhone yet

According to a new study released this week, Apple faces an uphill battle trying to usurp the BlackBerry in the business world. Investment house Sanford Bernstein, as part of a broader study on IT

AT&T lists 3G iPhone upgrade guidelines

AT&T has laid out a criteria list when it comes to existing iPhone customers upgrading to the 3G version, which will become available on July 11. AT&T, which is the exclusive carrier of the

3G iPhone going for cheap

The iPhone is now going for cheap. Germany's T-Mobile is offering Apple's 3G 8-GB iPhone for $1.55 given subscribers sign up for a monthly service plan of about $107 per month. The 16-GB version will

Android's 20 percent solution

With the imminent release of Apple's iPhone 3G grabbing all the headlines, Google is doing its best to make sure its Android OS doesn't get lost in the shuffle. After

Early iPhone buyers may get rebate on 3G version

The Atlanta Business Chronicle is reporting that consumers that bought the first generation iPhone will be able to get a rebate on the new 3G iPhone when it becomes available in stores July 11. The

iPhone proves phone subsidies still rule

When the first generation iPhone launched about a year ago, it was unsubsidized and pricey--$499 for the 4 Gb version and $599 for the 8 Gb version. Yet people lined up to purchase it. Reviewers

Global smartphone sales grow 29 percent in Q1

Worldwide smartphone sales totaled 32.2 million units in the first quarter of 2008, a 29.3 percent increase over the year-ago quarter, according to a new report issued by market research firm

iPhone 3G: Fast, cheap and in control

To the surprise of absolutely no one, Apple CEO Steve Jobs took the stage at Monday's annual Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco to announce the July 11 retail release of the iPhone 3G.