Mini iPhone Not in the Making Claims NYT
The speculations of Apple working on a mini iPhone have been hitting the net waves recently, whether it would be an additional iPhone or a mini iPhone 5; however it would appear that not all support the rumour that Apple is working on a smaller version of their iconic handset.
According to an article over on Geeky-gadgets, and by way of Apple Insider, the New York Times is reporting that according to “people briefed on Apple’s plans” Apple is not working on producing a smaller version of the iPhone.
The reason apparently is because a mini iPhone would be more difficult to operate and wouldn’t necessarily be that much cheaper to make. Another reason against making a small iPhone is the screen size would mean many developers would have to rewrite their iOS apps.
However; it appears that the NYT does support the claim that Apple is considering pushing out a cheaper version of the iconic iPhone and says Apple is looking at a “less expensive” iPhone, which might be controlled via voice commands.
So, what do the public want, that is the question, would you like to see a mini iPhone come out to play in the future whether it was cheaper or not?