“Apple will unveil only one iPhone at its forthcoming Oct. 4 event; not two, as has been rumored. That’s the word from Wedge Partners analyst Brian Blair, who believes the company has no plans to introduce a second, lower-cost, prepaid version of the device alongside the first,” John Paczkowski reports for AllThingsD.
“According to Blair, Apple’s fifth-generation iPhone will be an incremental update to the current iPhone 4, not a major redesign,” Paczkowski reports. “It will feature a faster A5 processor, a higher-resolution eight megapixel camera and possibly a larger screen. But beyond this, its design will be largely similar to that of the iPhone 4.”
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