Christian Science Monitor
Why Apple's iPhone contract-free plan won't mean an 'iPhone nano'
By Jonny Evans I'm filing iPhone nano speculation back into the "seeking a unicorn" pile for the present, as it looks like Apple [AAPL] intends offering the iPhone 3GS as its low price feature phone competitor, at least in emerging markets.
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