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Will people buy new iPhones?

Apple's iPhone is unveiled at a press conference in central London, 18 September 2007. Apple announced here Tuesday that Britain would be the first European country to get its much-vaunted iPhone, when mobile phone operator O2 launches the gadget on November 9. Apple chief Steve Jobs told a London press conference that O2, owned by Spain's Telefonica, has won an exclusive contract to distribute the iPhone in Britain for "cultural," rather than economic, reasons. He said the iPhone would retail in Britain at 269 pounds (387 euros, 536 dollars).

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    Will people buy new iPhones?

Brett Larson, host of Techbytes, weighs in on Apple's announcement of two new iPhones and if they'll be popular.