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Will Apple fans shell out $100 more for an iPhone 6 phablet?

11
Mar
2014

We know that Apple will almost definitely be releasing a larger version of its iPhone this year but we still don’t know exactly how big the device will be or what Apple will charge for it. Business Insider directs our attention to a new research note from Pacific Crest analyst Andy Hargreaves, who says that Apple stands to make some serious cash from its larger iPhone, especially if it charges an on-contract price of $300 for the device. “But wait!” you say. “Wouldn’t charging $100 more for larger iPhones mean that Apple would sell fewer of them?” In most standard Economics 101 textbooks the answer would be yes. However, Hargreaves notes that Apple seems to operate according to different rules of economics

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