Originally Posted by NasserAE
If Apple learn something from the iPhone then they will know that a cheaper iPhone with less featured will not appeal to anyone as long as you have another one with better specs and features. Poeple paid $100 more for double the storage, the 8GB iPhones were sold out at most places and some had to buy the 4GB model as a result. Apple learned the lesson and discontinued the 4GB very quickly.
This might just be another rumor. Or.. Are we looking at corporate iPhone with a physical keyboard and smaller screen?! who knows!
I don't agree. There's a diffrence between buying more memory, and buying a smaller, cheaper, phone.
If there's enough of a difference, there are people who, while they couldn't afford it before, could afford it now.
South America comes to mind, as does Asia, and Africa. While there are plenty of people who can afford the current phone, there are plenty more who can't, but would like one.
That's why Apple has different versions of several of its products.
If what you are saying were true, then there would be only one Mac Pro, Mac Book Pro, iMac, Mac Book, and of course, iPods.
Since they all have different models, with different price points and features, and even (except for the Mac Pro) different sizes, we can say that what you are saying is indeed, not true.