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Re: Apple Doesn't Do Cheap
Posted by: Chris Maxcer 2013-01-10 06:00:09
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While I really would like to see an inexpensive new iPhone model, I'm having a hard time seeing this shake out anytime soon, despite the rising tide of rumors. We've weathered rumors of a cheap iPhone model in years past -- which in retrospect seem to have been more wishful thinking than anything else -- and one of the early kickoffs to this particular rumor cycle came from Digitimes, which is somewhat notorious for spreading rumors that turn out to be dreadfully mistaken. Then dozens of higher-profile publications jumped on the bandwagon.

Re: Apple Doesn't Do Cheap
Posted by: CMaxcer 2013-01-10 19:58:00 In reply to: Chris Maxcer
I hear you. Very good point!

Re: Apple Doesn't Do Cheap
Posted by: RElM 2013-01-10 13:27:51 In reply to: Chris Maxcer
That is right Apple doesn't do cheap but they can do inexpensive. There are important differences in the retail perception between the two. Cheap means that you got to the lower price by cutting the quality of the item. Inexpensive means that you found a way to get a lower price but kept the Quality and that Apple can do.
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