It was just a few days ago when we brought you word that Apple might not stick to the usual one-iPhone-per-year tactic, and I suppose this is because their stand has been shaken with the rise of Samsung in the Android market, where the South Korean conglomerate adopted a “cover all bases” approach. Hence, Apple would apparently double their efforts with two new iPhone models lined up for 2013, and both of them will carry in-cell touch, or at least those were the rumors making their rounds. Could we be given the slip? The latest round of rumors point to not two, but three (!) iPhones in 2013, with an “affordable” model being one of them.
I personally find this rumor to be highly unbelievable, as it is said that the three iPhones coming our way this year will include a refreshed iPhone 5, the iPhone 6, and the last one would be an entry-level ‘affordable’ phone that has been called the iPhone ‘Math.’ What do you think of this rumor, and just how much reality does this rumor have?
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