Apple will introduce two new iPhones in 2008, according to analysts at Goldman Sachs. The analysts expect Apple will bow to public pressure to introduce an iPhone integrating 3G support, and also speculate the firm will use 2008 to introduce an iPhone that's updated with more flash memory.
Industry speculation also favours the notion that Apple will also introduce a smaller, less well-featured version of the iPhone at a lower price.
Analyst David Bailey told clients his sources suggested Apple "has several important new products lined up for 2008," as reported by AppleInsider.
Bailey also speculated that Apple would update its AppleTV in the second half of 2008, potentially adding an LCD display. The analyst warned that the much-anticipated launch of a sub-notebook Mac could now be delayed, due to "design issues".
Bailey expects double-digit iPod sales growth in 2008, while notebook sales should see Apple return its seventh sustained quarter of growth.
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