Do You Want a Low-End iPhone?

People talk all the time about the release of a “low-end” iPhone. What denotes low-end? Sometimes it’s a lower amount of memory, other times it’s a non-Retina display. But whatever they say today, the concept is that Apple needs to release some kind of free iPhone at the same time that they release whatever the next model happens to be. So, in theory, there would be an iPhone 5S (or 6, or whatever), and this hypothetical low-end iPhone.

What do you think? Do you want a low-end iPhone or do you care? Let us know in the poll to the right!

  • Sam

    I highly doubt they’ll ever release one, for the same reason that there will never be a low-end Aston Martin. It devalues the brand.

  • Prescott Perez-Fox

    I think what everyone wants is a lower-cost phone over time, not at purchase. Essentially this means that we’re happy to pay for a phone (perhaps not the latest and greatest) but with a pay-as-you-go data plan that is free from voice and text bundling. I think many folks, including myself, want to configure a way to spend $20/month rather than the $70+ that smartphone plans seems to draw you into.

  • iynque

    I thought Apple released the low-end iPhone years ago. They had some code name for the project… “Samsung,” I think…

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