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Archive for June 10th, 2008

At WWDC yesterday, Steve Jobs confirmed what have been rumored for a while – iPhone will support 3G, and prices will be cut. Starting at $199 for the smaller, 8GB version and $299 for the 16GB, color option version – iPhone is now destined for the broader audience.

With an open application environment and a clean business model – mobile content will now find its true audience through the unified window of iTunes. Offering a 70/30 split to developers, a open SDK and low entry fees for the firmware unlocking the phone – developers will have a chance at actually making money on mobile content.

Here is a good summary from NY Times from the WWDC

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