Newsbrief by Andrew Kameka on Wednesday September 12, 2012.
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Apple has announced that its iPhone 4 will be available for free on a two-year agreement. Due to the pending launch of the iPhone 5, Apple has dropped the price of the 8GB iPhone 4 and the 16GB iPhone 4S, which now costs only $99. Today's announcement makes the barrier to entry for Apple iPhone products much smaller for users who are willing to sign a two-year agreement. It also makes older models of the iPhone more competitive with the low and midrange Android handsets carriers sell to customers who don't want newer high-end smartphones.source: gdgt