Bloomberg: Anonymous sources say that Apple is working on new versions of the iPhone that would be smaller, more affordable and could use multiple provider networks. Lower-priced iPhones would likely broaden their appeal. Instead of targeting 25 percent of the global mobile-phone market, Apple would be going after 100 percent, noted analyst Charlie Wolf.
Sources say the phone would cost about $200, but wouldn't require a two-year contract.
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