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Apple planning to launch two new flagships on 10th September

An astonishing news for all Iphone lovers, Apple is planning to unveil two new handsets in the market on 10th september, in which one is the most awaited cheaper iphone which might be dubbed as iphone 5C, however earlier also the company has fulfilled the demand of consumers by offering them the previous years models at lower price. Many industry suppliers have been told that the launch of two new apple flagships will be unveiled in mid september but a leak to the news site ‘All Thing D’ affirmed that the launch is determined on 10th september. And at the recent earning call when asked the chief executive of the company Tim Cook, about the potential launch of a relatively lower-priced iphone for the first time smartphone buyers, he replied that, the number of buyers attracted by iphone 4 was very impressive and want to attract even more buyers. He also added that iphone 5 is the most popular iphone so far and they are really happy to add an incredible high quality product with iphone 4 running on ios 6.

The Downside

Technology analyst of Enders Analysis, Benedict Evans argues that the news of less expensive iphone is in the air since 2007 and till now its just a speculation but now there are few reasons like fallen cost and developed market which will certainly force the company to bring a low-cost iphone in the market.

As with iphone 3GS and iphone 4S, some extra features are expected for new top-end iphone and instead improved camera and speed boost, it is expected to have a fingerprint sensor as the company has acquired fingerprint security firm AuthenTec in 2012.

Till now, no official news has been updated by the company itself but high speculations are there about the launch of cheaper iphone for the first time users of smartphone.

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