Earlier Apple told us they drop $200 on the 8GB. That makes people wonder,  perhaps an upcoming higher model iPhone is in the work and it will be priced at “what’s been proven” to be a consumer-acceptable, $599 price point.

According to 5toMac.com,  $200 easily buys Apple a total of 16GB of NAND flash (about $70 for the extra 8GB) like that found in their new iPod touch as well as a tri-band HSDPA radio with plenty of profit left over.

Will we see that high end iPhone at Apple Expo in Paris September 25-29th, 2007, Paris?

[Via Engadget]

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