JP Morgan analyst Kevin Chang was publicly ridiculed by his own company for suggesting that a second iPhone line was in the works. Now, AppleInsider is making a similar claim, sighting "extremely reputable sources." If it turns out to be true, Chang will have a lot more bargaining power with his employer come re-negotiation time.
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And, yep, it'll run Android rather than RiscOS
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