Here's More Proof Apple's Building A Cheap 'Entry Level' iPhone 4

Gizmodo just posted some images of a brand new iPhone, codenamed N90A, from Foxconn’s brand new factory in Brazil.

The pictures of the new iPhone don’t look much different than a images of an iPhone 4, except this phone’s model number is a bit different.

The iPhone in the images from Brazil is called the N90A, while the iPhone 4 we’ve been using for a year is called the N90.

rumour has it that Apple’s new iPhone, whether it be a true iPhone 5 or an iPhone 4S, is called the N94.

Just a few days before Apple’s big iPhone announcement in Palo Alto, this would seem to be confirmation that Apple’s producing another round of iPhone 4’s, perhaps pricing them at $99.99 or less and including only 8GB of internal storage.

See below for the full-sized image, via Gizmodo.

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Photo: Via Gizmodo

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