Would You Buy A $400 iPhone?

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Photo: via MacRumors

Based on a few leaks over the weekend, it looks more and more likely that Apple will only announce an iPhone 4S instead of a redesigned iPhone 5.In addition to offering the traditional 16 and 32 GB versions of the 4S, many also think a 64 GB version is on the way.

Based on all that and Apple’s current pricing model, here’s what the iPhone lineup could look like after tomorrow:

  • iPhone 4, 8 GB, $99
  • iPhone 4S, 16 GB, $199
  • iPhone 4S, 32 GB, $299
  • iPhone 4S, 64 GB, $399

While we’ve been waiting for a 64 GB iPhone for a while now, $399 seems pretty steep for a smartphone. Even the most expensive Android phones out there don’t cost more than $300.

Or maybe we’re just cheapskates.

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