The Upcoming Apple IPhone Line-up: IPhone 3GS (Pre-Paid), IPhone 4 And IPhone 5

Posted: Jul 18 2011, 9:10am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

 
The Upcoming Apple iPhone Line-up: iPhone 3GS (Pre-Paid), iPhone 4 and iPhone 5

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New rumor says iPhone 3GS will become Apple's Pre-paid phone option.

We reported about rumors that talked about a new budget iPhone over the last couple of weeks. My take was always that Apple already has a budget iPhone. It's the one I use. It is called iPhone 3GS and on contract it sells for $49. The 3GS is now over 2 years on the market and Apple should be able to make it for reasonable low cost. BGR just published a report claiming that an incredibly sold source said that Apple will launch a prepaid lower cost iPhone this year. It's supposed to be selling under $350 and its the iPhone 3GS.

Apple is also supposed to continue selling the iPhone 4 as mid-range smartphone and the new iPhone 5 will be the top of the line. BGR claims the iPhone announcement comes already end of August. I say no to that one. In August every one is on vacation. September is the ideal launch/announcement time of the iPhone 5. BGR has no new insight on what the iPhone 5 will be.

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