A video has surfaced detailing what appears to be a new case accessory for Apple's upcoming low-cost iPhone. The case shows that the cheap iPhone may be about 2mm thicker than the iPhone 5 and will have rounded corners instead of flat corners.
While there are no official specs known for the cheap iPhone, it is highly believed that it will feature a plastic body in lieu of the metal frame Apple has used in the past. Additionally, the device will come in an array of colors that span the rainbow. The cheaper iPhone is expected to sell in the $300 to $400 range unlocked and for around $199 with a contract.
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