The photo shown above appears to be the shell of Apple’s next generation iPhone in a rather ugly shade of green.
“The lower-price iPhone is imminent, and we believe it is now up to Apple to choose exactly when to unveil this new device to the world,” White says in his most recent research note to investors.
The first rule of iPhone is that it never, never goes on sale. The second rule of iPhone is that when iPhone does go on sale, it’s only last year’s model, or even older. The third rule of iPhone is that when this year’s model goes on sale, a new model is coming soon.
It’s time for iPhone to “get the family treatment,” former Apple creative director and strategy consultant Ken Segall says.
Will this be the year fashionistas can finally get an iPhone in their choice of color?
Will the iPhone mini actually be the iPhone maxi?
First the iPad Mini, then the iPhone mini? It makes some sense linguistically, but it could also make some sense financially.
Contradicting several recent reports that Apple is planning a smaller iPhone, the New York Times is now reporting that, while Apple is looking for ways to make the iPhone cheaper, it is not pursuing a smaller version of the device.
It’s easy to go overboard with Apple rumors, and that’s what I fear is happening with this little tidbit: A source tells Cult of Mac that the rumored iPhone Mini will only stream media over the cloud, and it won’t have any storage onboard to play back media.
Rumors that Apple is working on a smaller and cheaper iPhone show no signs of stopping anytime soon — now the Wall Street Journal has reported a potential “iPhone Mini.”