iPhone 3GS could get second life in developing markets: report – Christian Science Monitor


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iPhone 3GS could get second life in developing markets: report
Christian Science Monitor
The iPhone 3GS, now almost three years old, may be sold as a prepaid device in some countries, according to one analyst. By Matthew Shaer / May 21, 2012 The Apple iPhone 3GS, pictured here, could soon get a second life. Later this year, Apple will
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