We knew it was coming. Steve Jobs himself had even commented about the prospect of a 3G iPhone coming when battery life for the phone was well fit for the more power hungry high-speed internet. Despite knowing a 3G iPhone was on the rise, it’s still exciting that AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson says, “You’ll have it next year.” No pricing was of a 3G iPhone was mentioned, as Stephenson concedes that Jobs and Apple will have the final decision on pricing, but if Apple were to price the phone at the original price of the iPhone ($599) we wouldn’t be too shocked. This would make even more sense as to why Jobs decided to lower the price of the iPhone with sales still coming fast.
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