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    octaviooo's Avatar
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    I was just curious as to whether anyone has heard rumors of bigger iPhones in the future? I am really wanting to buy one soon but 8GB isn't going to cut it for me.


    Thanks for your responses

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    I'm sure there will be. I bought a 4GB today while they still had them at the Apple store, but I'm not looking to replace my iPod. I just love the way user interface.

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    With the recent price drop on the 8GB model, coupled with the iPod Touch's 16GB capacity, I wouldn't be surprised to see a 16GB iPhone on the horizon. Eventually, you will see increased sizes as flash memory comes down in price.

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    I heard a similar rumour as well kash

    Another event is coming up on september 25th, Apple might talk about the european launch of iphone and introduce 16GB iphone with built in 3g for the european market.

    Apple is trying to sell out the 4GB version anyway, so i'm sure they will offer 8GB and 16GB replacing the 4GB and 8GB's place

    here is the engadget link i read:
    http://www.engadget.com/2007/09/05/w...we-might-know/
    Building the future and keeping the past alive are one and the same thing - Solid Snake.

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    link doesnt work

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