With Apple's next big iPhone event right around the corner, the rumor mill is churning at full speed. On September 10th, we'll know if Cupertino's next big thing really is the long-fabled "budget iPhone." For the moment, it's still anyone's guess, but here's everything we think we know about the elusive iPhone 5c.
According to a report from AllThingsD, Apple will be taking the lid off of its new iPhone a month from today, on September 10th. Save the date for what should be a big day—especially if it's not the only debut Apple's got up its sleeve.
Thanks to a non-profit, undercover safety investigation into Apple supplier, Pegatron, we apparently have confirmation that Apple is indeed getting ready to release a cheaper, plastic-backed iPhone.
Piling on the Wall Street Journal's cheap iPhone rumor resurrection, Bloomberg is reporting that the budget-friendly device Apple is working on will cost in the $100-$150 range. It would debut, at the very earliest, at the end of this year.
The mythological "cheap iPhone" is coming, according to equally mythological "people with knowledge of the matter," reports Reuters. And it's coming soon, they say: a less expensive 8 GB version within weeks. Run, rumor, run!
Rumors of two iPhones launching in September refuse to die, with 9to5Mac hearing last night that Apple will have "two totally distinct iPhones," matching previous reports of a high-end model with all-new design, and a brand new cheaper model.
Just in time for the holidays, Radio Shack is cutting prices on the iPhone 4 by 50 bucks. That means the 16GB iPhone 4 is $150 and the 32GB iPhone 4 is $250 (for new or upgrade eligible customers). That's probably going to be the best deal you'll find this year. The offer is only available in brick and mortar Radio…