Matthew Panzarino speculates that Apple will drop the iPhone 4 rather than the iPhone 3GS when “the new iPhone” is released later this year. This would open the pay-as-you-go market to the iPhone, which has eluded it so far.
It certainly makes sense in a lot of ways, why would Apple bother to shoe-horn iOS 6 into the 3GS if they’re going to stop selling it?
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