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3G iPhone rumored to be Infineon-powered, hitting "mid-year"

3G iPhone rumored to be Infineon-powered, hitting "mid-year"
Paul Miller
Paul Miller|@futurepaul|February 28, 2008 12:06 PM

Hold the presses: Apple may be releasing a new iPhone this year... with 3G! Crazy, we know. The latest iteration of this rumor comes to us courtesy of UBS analysts, who say Infineon will likely be building chips for the phone -- they're powering the current iPhone, so no real surprise there. UBS is also betting on a mid-year 3G iPhone launch, and thinks that EDGE production will ramp down early so Apple gets a chance to clean out inventories. We've got a good feeling about this one, guys.

[Thanks, Tim G.]
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