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Analyst: Apple Could Launch iPhone mini This Summer

Analyst: Apple Could Launch iPhone mini This Summer

It has been widely speculated that Apple will unveil a cheaper iPhone to make inroads in the price sensitive emerging markets. According to some rumors, Apple could launch the cheaper iPhone this year.

Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty told clients in a research note that the iPad mini could be coming as early as this year. 

Analyst: Cheaper iPhone Coming This Year, Could Be Priced at $250-$350

Analyst: Cheaper iPhone Coming This Year, Could Be Priced at $250-$350

In a research note posted today, Topeka Capital analyst Brian White says that Apple’s on its way to release a cheaper iPhone within this year, “possibly as early as June.”

Apple’s Cheaper iPhone Will Reportedly Retail for $99 to $149, to Debut in Late 2013

Apple’s Cheaper iPhone Will Reportedly Retail for $99 to $149, to Debut in Late 2013

Bloomberg is the latest media publication—following DigiTimes and The Wall Street Journal yesterday—to add more grist to the “low-cost iPhone is coming” mill. Bloomberg gives us more tentative availability information (late 2013) as well as an approximate price range for the device ($100-150). These rumors aren’t just getting more frequent, but also more specific which could mean that there is a little more to them than we first considered.

Apple May Launch Low-Cost iPhone With Larger Display In The Second Half Of 2013

Apple May Launch Low-Cost iPhone With Larger Display In The Second Half Of 2013

Taiwanese publication DigiTimes reports that according to their supply-chain sources, Apple is planning to launch a low-cost iPhone model in the second half of 2013.

The report notes that Apple will launch the low-cost iPhone model in China and other emerging markets.

iPhone Nano Rumored to Launch Later This Year

iPhone Nano Rumored to Launch Later This Year

The iPhone Nano rumors are back.

China Times claims that according to their unnamed source, a cheaper entry-level iPhone will be released this year alongside the next generation iPhone.

Adobe Kills Mobile Flash; Will Focus On HTML5 Instead

Adobe today formally announced that it would discontinue development of Flash on the mobile browser. In a post on Adobe’s conversations blog titled “Flash to Focus on PC Browsing and Mobile Apps; Adobe to More Aggressively Contribute to HTML5,” Danny Winokur of Adobe, confirmed the news, which was first reported by ZDNet

Apple Working On New Way Of Charging For iPhone 6

Apple Working On New Way Of Charging For iPhone 6

Couple of days back, Wall Street Journal reported that Apple is gearing up to launch a thinner and lighter iPhone 5 with an improved 8-megapixel came in the third quarter.

They have updated the report to provide some details about the sixth generation iPhone that will be released in 2012.

France Telecom CEO: Next iPhone Would Be Smaller And Thinner

France Telecom CEO: Next iPhone Would Be Smaller And Thinner

France Telecom CEO Stephane Richard in an interview with AllThing’sD has revealed that Apple was working on a project dubbed “e-SIM project”, which would allow the iPhone to work without any SIM card.

But carriers like France Telecom felt that it was a bad idea as “the SIM card is a critical piece of the security and authentication process”, so Apple is working with them to introduce a smaller SIM card.

Apple Working On Two iPhone 5 Models?

Apple Working On Two iPhone 5 Models?

Folks at iPhoneDownloadBlog claim that according to their source Apple is working on not one but two iPhone 5 models.

According to their source who works at an Apple part supplier, Apple may release two iPhone models: a ‘standard’ and ‘pro’ model in fall this year.

Apple’s COO Hints At Cheaper iPhone

Apple’s COO Hints At Cheaper iPhone

Forbes reports that Bernstein Research analyst Toni Sacconaghi apparently had a meeting with Apple COO Tim Cook, CFO Peter Oppenheimer and VP of Internet Services Eddy Cue last week.

The analyst reports that Apple’s COO suggested that it is “likely to develop lower priced offerings” to expand the iPhone market.