Apple iPhone to have two batteries, no network ties?
Apple’s upcoming iPhone will go on sale next month with two memory capacities and no ties to a specific network, it has been claimed. The handset is based on a slider form-factor, it’s said – presumably to better match the iPod design ethos.
The latest claims come from Digg.com founder Kevin Rose, whose past pre-Macworld Expo allegations have proved pretty close to the mark, according to a MacRumors.com write-up. Rose’ members-only podcast points to 4GB and 8GB iPhones priced at $249 and $449, respectively, neither of which will be tied to a network.
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