From the Editors
There will be two different iPhones in September and the cheaper one is more important, says 9to5Mac. Wait, why is that? One will be a low-end variety that will address the cheap Android market (and that most people will buy), the other will be a high-end device and will be an all new design. Also interesting... iPhone 4 was the #1 selling smartphone during June from Verizon,despite six new high-end Android smartphones such as HTC reports AppleInsider. And a full one-third of all iPhone 4s are already on Verizon after just a few months, which means there's still a lot of pent-up demand for Apple's phones. In fact, BGR is fairly certain that that the iPhone 5 will be available on all U.S. carriers this year - which would mean anyone could get a $99 iPhone of some kind by the end of this year.
Wow. If there's a $99 iPhone will you get one?