Monday, August 8, 2011

Find: Retailers dropping prices on iPhone ahead of impending update

Next iPhone in a couple mos. Retailers dropping prices on iPhone ahead of impending update Some retailers have begun marking down the price of the iPhone 4, suggesting stock clearing measures have begun in anticipation of an expected hardware update. While most recent rumors have suggested a September launch, however, some recent buzz indicates that the next iPhone might not emerge until October. Still, in light of the markdowns, September seems a more likely candidate. According to reports from Engadget and Phone Arena, both Radio Shackand Target planned to offer between $30 and $50 off of the price of an iPhone 4 with a two-year contract. We verified Monday morning that Radio Shack has a current promotion running through Saturday, offering the iPhone 4 for $169.99 and $269.99 for the 16GB and 32GB models, respectively. Radio Shack is also offering up to $100 credit for the trade-in of a previous iPhone model, dropping the price to as low as $69 with contract. [image: Read the rest of this article...] Read the comments on this post Sent from my iPhone

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