Brazil, Russia and India. The device would have lower margins than the full priced Apple iPhone although when sold in volume, the margins would be above the corporate average. More importantly, White says that a low-cost version of the iPhone would allow Apple to finally get a device on China Mobile's lineup. Up to now, Apple has been unable to crack the lineup of the world's largest carrier due to compatibility issues with the proprietary 3G pipeline used by China Mobile and other issues.
The analyst says that the low-priced version of the Apple iPhone could be launched as soon as this coming June. White's information seems to dovetail with other reports indicating that both an Apple iPhone 5S and Apple iPhone 6 will be released this year. Before Monday's leak of what allegedly are photos of the upcoming iPhone 5S, we showed you pictures of what are believed to be some of the parts that will be included inside the Apple iPhone 5S and Apple iPhone 6.