Teardown reveals iPhone SE costs $160 to make; Ericsson to buy NodePrime

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> IHS said Apple's new iPhone SE costs around $160 (€141) to manufacture, based on a teardown analysis of an entry-level U.S. model that retails for $399. IHS release

> Nigeria's Ntel plans to launch LTE services in Lagos and Abuja this week. Capacity Media article

> Ericsson said it plans to acquire NodePrime to accelerate the move to software-defined infrastructure. Ericsson release

> Apple could see gross profit from its services division more than double to $33.7 billion (€29.7 billion) by 2020, a Credit Suisse analyst predicted. Wall Street Journal article

And finally...Bill shock continues to plague the unwary....Connexion article

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