“Apple is expected to unveil its next iPhone at a special event on Sept. 10, sources told AllThingsD,” Ina Fried reports for AllThingsD.
“One of the key questions is whether Apple adopts a new tactic to address the mid-range of the smartphone market,” Fried reports. “Historically, Apple has gone after those customers by offering its year-old and two-year-old models for $100 and $200 less than a new iPhone. However, there has been a great deal of talk that the company will debut a new lower-cost iPhone alongside whatever update it has in store for the current iPhone 5.”
Fried reports, “Naturally, any new phones will be running iOS 7, which has been in testing since its announcement at Apple’s developer conference in June… The iOS update is also available for older models. Apple has already said that iOS 7 will work on many recent iPhones, iPads and iPod touch devices.”
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MacDailyNews Note: Dalrymple confirms here. Done deal.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “blaargh” for the heads up.]