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Wal-Mart slashes iPhone 3GS price to $97

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Handhelds, Hot Deals

Wal-Mart iPhone 3GS $97

So the iPhone 3G has been discontinued, and now Wal-Mart has gone and lowered the price of the iPhone 3GS down from $197 to $97—a full $100 drop. The change gives credence to the rumor that Apple will be dropping the price of the iPhone 3GS to $99 with two-year contract, and that the 3GS will take the place of the 3G as the entry-level iPhone device. As we stated previously, we thought it would behoove Apple to keep the 3G around as the free with contract phone, then use the 3GS as the $99 device, and finally use the as the flagship model. We think that would be a good price structure to take on Android, but hey, we aren’t Apple—let’s see where this all ends up.

In the meantime though, as enticing as a $97 iPhone 3GS might sound, just wait to see what gets announced at the WWDC 2010 keynote first, m’kay?

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Steve Jobs to take stage at WWDC 2010 to deliver June 7 keynote

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Cell Phones, Handhelds, Rumors

announced earlier this morning that Steve Jobs will be doing keynote duty at WWDC 2010 on June 7th. Things will kick off at 10:00 AM Pacific time, and all signs point to the introduction of the next iPhone (? ?)


Apple WWDC 2010 starts on June 7th

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, Corporate News, Rumors

WWDC 2010

Wondering when ‘s next big shindig was gonna go down? Well, you can mark your calendar for June 7th, because that’s when WWDC 2010, the annual Worldwide Developers Conference, takes place. Of course, the highlight of the event will be the keynote that kicks it off, where we fully expect to see the make its official debut (of course, the iPhone 4 has already been unveiled in an unofficial capacity.) Hey, we are even hearing that there may be bits and pieces revealed about the next major Apple operating system. Exciting times, no?

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