Apple Will Introduce a Low-Cost iPhone in 2013. Count on It.
byJan 24th 2013 7:30PM
With Apple having experienced an enormous sell-off today on news that its incredible earnings just weren't quite incredible enough to meet analysts' expectations, many are beginning to speculate about new ways that Apple will pursue more market share. And while the Apple philosophy has always appeared to be the idea of making the very highest-quality products and earning very high margins on them, Motley Fool tech and telecom analyst Andrew Tonner tells us in this video that it is very possible we will see Apple start to release versions of the iPhone at other price points.
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