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Ten Myths of the Apple iPhone

Posted January 19, 2007 9:21 PM by Gregory Ng
Categories: Opinions 

imageIn my opinion, the most comprehensive explanation of what exactly the iPhone will be up against when it hits the market. This article opens, “With only a brief preview of its new iPhone, Apple has yanked the rug from under the rest of the industry. The talking heads desperately need to something to say. Here’s what they’ll all be saying, and why they’ll be wrong.”

Sure, some people might knock the lack of EVDO. Or they may worry about the “iPhone” name. Heck, the “they” I refer to may even be you. You may be naysaying the iPhone all the way to June. But if you are like me, you might change your mind. Here’s a sample:

Myth Two: The iPhone is priced too high. It needs a 2 GB version for $299 lacking phone features.
It is true that the iPhone isn’t cheap, but it’s also not expensive when compared to similar phones, which… aren’t yet available. Like myth number one, this idea rests on the assumption that prices are infinitely scalable along a regular incline. They are not.

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