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BOM for iPhone 4 is $188, says iSuppli

6/28/2010 11:18 PM EDT
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KB3001   7/13/2010 2:55:26 PM
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I wonder what would be Apple's reaction to the Motorola's Android? Apple has kept its profit margins high thanks to its great innovation tradition. They'll have to keep it up.

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Dr. Phil   7/1/2010 3:05:13 PM
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I'm still amazed at how the parts counts to cost ratio seem to fall so precipitously every generation these days. The size and cost of such capability just 35 yrs ago would have been enormous - would have taken 100k dollars or more and a Suburban Truck to carry it. This is a great time to be alive if you are a tech junky... remember always take a young tech and bring him or her along...teach with compassion

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