Two things here. First, it’s being reported on CNBC that Apple’s sub-notebook that’s supposed to be launched at Macworld next month "is expected to be priced aggressively at approximately $1500," according to AppleInsider. The device will be 50% thinner than the MacBook Pro, use NAND flash memory instead of a hard drive, and "it will definitively arrive at Macworld."
Second, it’s been suggested by sources close to Jim Goldman of CNBC that a 3G iPhone "will be on store selves by late May or early June at the latest" instead of the end of next year.
Apple sub-notebook to retail for $1500, 3G iPhone by June [AppleInsider]