Last week, we reported on iPhone 3GS shortages, and now, according to The Telegraph, next week, Apple will discontinue the 8GB iPhone 3GS and add a new 8GB iPhone 4S. In this case, the current 8GB iPhone 4 would replace the 3GS as the entry-level (probably free on contract) iPhone. A new 8GB 4S is said to come in at the current 8GB iPhone 4’s spot in the lineup, and Apple will sell the new iPhone 5 models in the higher configurations replacing the current  iPhone 4S capacities.

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