Source Pravda.Ru

Apple to release cheap plastic iPhones

Apple has announced plans to release a cheap version of the popular iPhone in 2013. The exact release date of the new product and its price have not been disclosed.

It is expected that the new gadget will be made of cheaper materials. Perhaps it will be plastic. The device will have a large screen, which enjoys immense popularity among Apple fans around the world. The launch of the new model is expected to take place in the second half of the year.

Experts have already called the release of a cheap priced iPhone an abrupt change in the concept of Apple. Under Steve Jobs, the company favored the production of premium products. It is possible that the position of the company has changed over the competitive war with Android gadgets.

 

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