The mobile industry is abuzz with the thought of Apple turning to a cheap, low-end iPhone for the Asian markets. Unfortunately there seems to be minimal analysis to such a move by Apple, nor do analysts seem to be paying any mind to Phil Schiller's interview in China, as he suggested that Apple would never go the way of cheap smartphones. What could Apple do to address the lower-end market? Or should Apple simply let Android and Microsoft battle it out for the lowest common denominator, leaving a wake of continual garbage for cheap-is-as-cheap-does consumers to haggle over?
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