“iPhone 4 will become the UK’s entry level iPhone after Apple’s announcement on 12 September, while iPhone 5 will require new ‘nano’ sim cards. The new update will mean that the 8GB version of the iPhone 4 will be the entry-level iPhone, probably given away free on £20 per month contracts, as the 3GS is currently,” Matt Warman reports for The Telegraph.
“Sources close to retailers also suggested that an 8GB version of the 4S could be introduced,” Warman reports. “The 3GS was launched in June 2009 and sold a million units over its first weekend alone. At more than three years old, however, it is no longer able to keep track with the latest features.”
Warman reports, “Three versions of the Apple iPhone 5 will be on sale, offering different storage options… The sources close to retailers added that the device is expected to go on sale in the week of the 21 September, as previously suggested.”
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