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News Summary: Apple mulls cheaper iPhone
Wednesday - 1/9/2013, 6:14pm EST
(AP) - APPLE SAUCE: Apple is exploring the possibility of building a cheaper version of its popular iPhone, according to a Wednesday report in The Wall Street Journal.
iPHONES FOR THE MASSES: A less expensive iPhone built from cheaper material than current models might help Apple Inc. sell more devices to less affluent consumers. Prices for the current iPhone start at $649, without a wireless contract commitment.
OR NOT: Apple could introduce the discount iPhone later this year or table the idea for future consideration, as the company has been doing in the past few years.
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