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Analysts see two new iPhones in late September

And you thought iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 were code-names for exactly the same thing, a fifth-generation iPhone… Taking the rumor mill reporting to the next level, Katy Huberty with Morgan Stanley is calling for a late September launch of the next-generation iPhone, with production kicking off in August. So far so good: The time-frame jibes with various tidbits we’ve been hearing from Asian component suppliers for some time.
But check this out: It’ll be two phones, speculates Deutsche Bank’s Chris Whitmore in a note to clients this morning. One will be a modest upgrade sold contract-free and unlocked at aggressive price points, the iPhone 4S, and the other is a substantial, superphone upgrade, presumably to be named the iPhone 5. Whitmores rationale:
With Nokia and RIMM struggling, the time is right for Apple to aggressively penetrate the mid range smart-phone market (i.e. $300-500 category) to dramatically expand its [total addressable market] and market share.
One problem: The $349 price point Whitmore mentioned for the iPhone 4S ain’t exactly what we’d call inexpensive, especially compared to the sub-$200 Android cheapos, like the $150 Huawei Ascend contract-free smartphone.
A fairer comparison would be the 4.1-inch Motorola Triumph, an Android 2.2 smartphone arriving contract-free on the Virgin Mobile network for $300 later this month. So, if Motorola is able to put together a nice mid-to-high-range smartphone and sell it unlocked, Apple should be equally capable to tweak and polish up the current-generation iPhone 4, call it the iPhone 4S and sell it for about the same price as the Motorola handset. There are lots of folks out there who prefer pay-as-you-go plans over lengthy contracts. Following the fall of Symbian, the mid-range prepaid market is up for grabs. With that in mind, it makes perfect sense for Apple to have a product to go after that segment. Conceivably, Tim Cook told analysts in January 2011 that Apple didn’t want the iPhone to be “just for the rich”. 9to5mac

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Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music Signs With Def Jam

Kanye West’s label G.O.O.D. Music signed an exclusive worldwide deal with Island Def Jam Music Group. The move now gives the popular label a permanent home.

The first release under the deal is Big Sean’s Finally Famous, which hits stores tomorrow (June 28). Big Sean’s song “My Last” is #1 on the Billboard Rap Songs chart, and #4 on the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.

The deal also means that future projects from signees Cyhi The Prynce, Pusha T, and Nigerian artist D’banj are slated for a Def Jam release

Ye’s new venture has execs at IDJ very optimistic. “G.O.O.D. Music is an exciting new chapter in the long and successful association of Kanye West and Island Def Jam,” said Chairman/CEO of IDJMG and Barry Weiss.

Def Jam COO Steve Bartles added, “Kanye is an integral core member of the IDJ family, and G.O.O.D. Music continues his unselfish tradition of bringing along great new artists to the forefront.”

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Troy Ave ft. @ProdigyMobbDeep "Dirty Martini" [prod. by Hearstoppas]

the kid @TroyAve just sent over some heat produced by my nigga @JohnScinoHS for Hearstoppas featuring Prodigy of Mobb Deep. Instant classic, BIMB2 on the way, this summer is gonna be serious. 

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Chinese Teen Offers To Sell Her Virginity For An iPhone 4

Following a report earlier this month about a boy who sold his kidneyto buy an iPad 2, the Korean Herald reports that a Chinese teenage girl is offering to trade her virginity for an iPhone 4.
The teen reportedly wrote on Weibu (China’s version of a Twitter-like service) that it was her dream to own an iPhone 4, and that because her father wouldn’t let her have one, she was going to get one herself by trading her virginity to anyone who would buy one for her. She even accompanied her request with pictures.
Fortunately, the world appears to still have some sanity, as per post has received overwhelmingly negative responses. Some people think it may even be a gag, or the work of someone trying to damage the girl’s reputation.

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