Will Apple’s iPhone be able to work its magic over in Korea? Well, KT certainly thinks so, as it is expecting to sell around 100,000 to 500,000 units once the iPhone is released in Korea. The official pricing hasn’t been announced just yet, but analysts predict that it will be priced around $300 to $345 together with a contract. While the iPhone only sold about 200,000 units in Japan, that doesn’t seem to have deterred Apple from offering the iPhone in Korea. Now we’ll have to sit back and see if this works out for Apple and KT.
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