Apple might launch a cheaper 8 GB iPhone 4 24 August 2011Posted by computeraholic in Uncategorized.
The release of the iPhone 5 moves and rumours accumulate. The new smartphone from Apple is, like its predecessors, a model. But the constructor might first propose a phone specially dedicated to the lower ranges including against an Android who invaded little by little the market.
This rumour is not new, but it is the Reuters news agency this time flowing water. According to some sources, a 8 GB iPhone version 4 would be provided “in the coming weeks.” The manufacturer of flash memory used would be Korean but no name was given. In addition, no price range is given so it remains to see if such a template could really fight on a less expensive segment.
This rumour follows another, assisted by TechCrunch this time that Apple would be proceeding with the iPhone 5 as it had done so far on GSM and CDMA networks. The new phone would be thus equipped two chips and would therefore operate interchangeably on one or the other type of network. This is to avoid the grotesque situation or on