The cheaper phone could resemble the standard iPhone, with a different, less-expensive body, one of the people said. One possibility Apple has considered is lowering the cost of the device by using a different shell made of polycarbonate plastic. Many other parts could remain the same or be recycled from older iPhone models. The Digitimes report that preceded the WSJ's story was, true to form, even less credible. According to that rumor, Apple is somehow going to pack a larger screen and modern Snapdragon chipsets from Qualcomm into a revamped design that would sell for much less than the iPhone 5.
In other words, welcome back to the silly season of Apple iPhone rumors, Not that it ever really ended, of course, Following Digitimes, of clean an iphone screen protector all places, the Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is working on a less-expensive iPhone and could launch it later this year -- which is pretty much what the WSJ also reported..two years ago, Maybe Apple really is developing a low-cost version of its flagship iPhone -- or maybe the Wall Street Journal is just recycling old rumors, Following a rumor floated this morning by the less-than-reliable Taiwanese site Digitimes, the Wall Street Journal now reports that Apple could launch a cheaper iPhone -- presumably aimed at the developing world -- as early as this year..
The company said in a press release that it expects to sell Ubuntu phones on a mix of high-end and low-end phones, with specs as low as 512MB of RAM and a dual-core Cortex A9 running at 1GHz. The phones are expected to be available in late 2013 at the earliest, but Canonical has yet to reveal which networks it has partnered with or which companies will be making the hardware. Canonical is also making substantial changes to the interface from Android. Some aspects remain the same, such as system status icons like battery life, connection, and volume on the right side of the notification bar. Canonical would not let us actually hold the phone at the time of writing, but we did get a guided tour by their representative.
Is the world ready for another Linux phone? Canonical shows off a version of Ubuntu on smartphones at CES 2013. LAS VEGAS--Ubuntu is one of the better known flavors of desktop Linux, but its successes pale in comparison to a mobile version of Linux known as Android. At CES 2013, Ubuntu maker Canonical showed off a pre-release version of the operating system running on high-end Android hardware. Canonical isn't promising a mere revision of Linux for phones. Its pitch involves a full computing ecosystem, encompassing the desktop version of Ubuntu, the smartphone and a desktop dock for it, and a thin client.
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