By Tanner Jones July 30, 2012 Leave a Comment

dock connectorsAccording to The Denver Post, the new yet-to-be-announced iPhone 5 may end up costing consumers even more than its predecessor even if base prices don’t change, this due in part to the extra accessories the consumer will need to buy to be compatible with the new iPhone’s confirmed-to-be-true modification of the connector port to be much smaller.

“Even if the iPhone maintains the same price as previous iterations – $200 for an entry-level model with a two-year service contract – many consumers who adopt the new gadget will end up coughing up more money because they’ll have to buy new accessories.” – read more here.

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