With 2-year contract that is, as the iPhone 3GS has been drastically slashed with a “free” tag at Best Buy, it remains to be seen whether Apple will tune down the price of its best selling iPhone 4 albeit with a better touch on the front end.
Sources from Reuters has confirmed that Apple has began manufacturing what should be a cheaper version of the iPhone 4, that comes with 8GB of storage unlike its predecessors which only available at 16GB and 32BG.
The storage for the 8GB iPhone 4 is being manufactured by an unknown Korean company, which according to Reuters, the source declining to name the company. Apple currently contracted its flash drives hardware from Japan’s Toshiba and South Korea’s Samsung Electronics.
In addition to that, the sources said that the 8GB version is expected to launch within weeks, which prompts further speculations whether Apple indeed will launch the lineup to the new iPhones (Maybe will include iPhone 5) in September.
Both Apple and Samsung refused to respond to the reports.