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Cheaper iPhone 4 8GB in the making, launch within weeks?

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Cheaper iPhone 4 8GB in the making, launch within weeks? - read the full textIt seems a cheaper 8GB version of the iPhone 4 has entered its manufacturing stages. According to two unknown sources for Reuters, Asian suppliers are assembling the iPhone 4 with a lower memory capacity and the new 8GB flash drive is being manufactured by an undisclosed Korean company. It could be...

 

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is it an apple product???? or any other korean company????

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  • 2012-10-14 10:15
  • t}p{

i have had many Andriod phones,i wasnt impressed,cant wait to receive my iphone 4! #teamiphone

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  • 2011-10-12 14:33
  • QK2C

wen it will be release date ? cant wait

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  • 2011-09-17 11:42
  • tE{E

Will this iPhone 4 8GB on the apple store open to all gsm networks? Can't wait for this gadget. Once you go iPhone you can't turn back

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  • 2011-09-07 10:09
  • IaH9

Cheaper iPhone 4 8GB launch within weeks? Hi everyone if this new release will have the same specs like the previous and will cost around 200 dollars then its a very good-great news people will buy more iPhone's and believe me they gonna be happy
speciali in europe apple products are very good! don't care about tracking and database's if u living like a normal person u don't have to be worry! whats is important is quality and price u know what for u pay and u happy for the price and quality thats it!!! and if they release this product i will get one and everyone who is thinking in normal way and not swearing with other people like[samsung is the best or nokia is the best ] common people be happy and don't swear:-) nice day for everyone:-)

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  • 2011-09-03 20:55
  • 3JkN

This iphone4 8GB memory specification is same with iphone4 16GB/32GB???

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  • 2011-08-26 13:58
  • IVIj

> In reply to Blankman @ 2011-08-24 23:49 from sXDr - click to readI could not agree with you more. Apparently it's really hard to comprehend the differences between the 'big 3', and how every brand has something for a specific group of people;

A new attempt :)

Android - Open source, highly customizable, highest amount of freedom with your device, overall highest and widest offer in devices and Apps, which inherently creates rampant growth (unnecessary apps and devices). Adaptable to hardware specs of a device by using manufacturers' custom launcher, essentially making it a feature phone. The customer is the filter here, and it is up to the quality of information the customer has to make the right choice. Once made, it is generally a great choice. The most interesting place to be for early adopters, considerably less interesting for the mainstream market (if it is to be used to its full potential).

iOS - Closed, limitations on certain services which impedes with a free use of the internet (Flash, among others). Highly tailored to the best user experience, which takes precedence over the existence of a complete package of available options. Not as up-to-date as Android, but more stable. Requires little to no attention - 'pick-up-and-play'. Little to no differentiation in product line, devices or software versions.

Symbian - Since recently - relatively up-to-date but still based on old, if not ancient OS that is nonetheless resilient, stable and comparatively lightweight. Does what it should do, but lacks innovative and interesting options. Very limited Appstore, limited device customization options, but a wide offer of different devices in every price range and for a very broad group of consumers. The least interesting place to be for early adopters, highly useful for older generations and the mainstream market, but less appealing to younger generations.

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  • 2011-08-26 12:01
  • nidV

> In reply to Specter06 @ 2011-08-24 16:21 from J82f - click to readBetter even. The product ban takes a little while before it will be in effect, and by then, Samsung has declared to already have a newer version of the Galaxy series on the market.

I LOLed.

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  • 2011-08-26 11:41
  • nidV

i like all apple i phones
in case 8gb iphone will launch then i will definitly purchase it.
becuase apple is the best .

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  • 2011-08-26 06:56
  • t}xq

The only reason people hate iPhone is because they can't afford one or they have used an iPhone is their lifetime. They just see a few videos of iPhone n think that they know everything about it.

This cheaper version of iPhone will open the door of mid range consumers for Apple. More people will buy iPhone n realize in what way Google had been fooling them.

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  • 2011-08-26 04:05
  • pFj4

> In reply to Yani @ 2011-08-25 12:39 from 3pw6 - click to readA year old iPhone 4 is still better than samsung galaxy S II. iPhone still has a better OS which is free from lag, crash, and malware unlike android. Android will never have as many high quality apps as iOS has. Even iOS's free apps are better than android's paid apps in terms of quality.

The only thing which is better in SGS II is the dual core CPU but that also adds up to the existing short battery life problem of android. SGS II has super AMOLED display so what....iphone 4 has retina display. In my place iPhone n SGS II almost cost the same but iPhone is made of high quality materials like scratch resistant glass n metal while SGS II is all cheap plastic.

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  • 2011-08-26 03:58
  • pFj4

Personally, I would have preferred the release of a 64GB (sixty-four GB) version of the iphone 4. It would be nice to say, have a special edition by the name of iPhone 4D (Duo) with the following spec amongst others: at least 1.4GHz Dual Core processor; dual band wifi a/b/g/n; HSDPA 21Mbps/HSUPA 7.2Mbps; 64GB Storage memory with 1GB RAM; 4" screen size; 1800mAh battery; to mention a few. Above all, I WOULD LIKE THE DESIGN TO REMAIN THE SAME, MAY BE A BRUSHED STAINLESS STEEL BACKPLATE.
Is it possible you guys bring the attention of Apple to this?
Many thanks.

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  • 2011-08-25 16:11
  • pK8M

> In reply to Mile @ 2011-08-25 08:18 from Kgn3 - click to readMile, you're totally right!
It always starts few weeks before the new iPhone is announced.
I hate it when people are comparing phones that are more than 1 year old (iPhone 4 was released on 24th June 2010) with newest Android flagship phones that were released only few weeks back.
Patiently wait till 7th September and then comment how SGS2 is 1000x better then the newest iPhone.
I personally think that the order goes something like this:SGS->iPhone4->SGS2->iPhone5
But all in all, there aren't more than 5-10% differences between them, they are all more or less great phones.
Source: Wikipedia/iPhone

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  • 2011-08-25 12:39
  • 3pw6

> In reply to huge b @ 2011-08-25 10:28 from M3s@ - click to readPretty close... Android actually has 64% of free apps at the moment.
But there are alot of free apps that if you don't do an in-app purchase it's like you don't have that app.
Source: appbrain.com/stats/free-and-paid-android-applica­tions

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  • 2011-08-25 12:22
  • 3pw6

not an exclusive phone anymore

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  • 2011-08-25 12:08
  • PFxQ

> In reply to huge b @ 2011-08-25 10:28 from M3s@ - click to read80% is free on andriod

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  • 2011-08-25 11:50
  • 3AxW

> In reply to V3nom @ 2011-08-24 14:45 from MVg6 - click to readthats a lie i work high up in a phone company, android is more like 55-60% free. dont lie about something commonly known not to be true

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  • 2011-08-25 10:28
  • M3s@

omg cant wait, i dont even wonna upgrade my ihpone yet but o well lol

check this out please guys :)

www.youtube.com/watchv=nVtS3yvz2q0

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  • 2011-08-25 08:39
  • MT2f

U fight like little bitches, ios is good and so is android, yes im an iphone owner and remember you are comparing a galaxy s2 to phone that is a year older then it. lets do the same when the new iphone comes out

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  • 2011-08-25 08:18
  • Kgn3

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