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'iPhone Nano' rumored, again

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 23 Apr 2012 22:20 User comments (3)

'iPhone Nano' rumored, again As has been rumored since the iPhone 3G, sources are reporting today that Apple will launch an "iPhone Nano" this year to takeover the entry-level market.
The China Times (translated by BGR) is reporting that Apple is working on the low-cost iPhone, citing sources within the supply chain.

Apple's smartphones retain their value extremely well and the hugely outdated iPhone 3GS from 2009 still sells for $200 or even more if it is "unlocked" to work with multiple carriers. The number is too high to compete with entry-level Android devices, and subsidized Windows Phones.

If accurate, the report states Apple will release the low-cost model at the same time it unveils the iPhone 5 in October.

Once again, just like every year, consider this rumor for now.

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3 user comments

123.4.2012 23:42

Stupid. Every phone now a days is getting a larger screen. And they're still on 3G -___-

224.4.2012 9:12

More rumors.YEAH.not

324.4.2012 9:13

Originally posted by EzCeazy:
Stupid. Every phone now a days is getting a larger screen. And they're still on 3G -___-
tell me about it

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