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Mythical low-cost iPhone was at one point based on iPod touch

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Apr
2014

A piece of evidence submitted by Samsung in the second lawsuit it’s facing Apple in the U.S. reveals Apple’s plans for 2011, according to an email Steve Jobs sent on October 24, 2010. The plans were laid out in preparation for the highly secret top 100 Apple internal meeting where the former CEO and the most trusted 100 execs and Apple employees would definite the strategy for the upcoming year. In it, a bullet point shows that Apple was considering introducing a low-cost iPhone as far back as 2010, although the company has never launched a device like the one described in the email. According to Jobs’s email, Apple was apparently considering at the time creating a “low-cost iPhone model based on

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