Buyers of Apple's much-rumored, low-cost iPhone might not be able to chat with Siri.
Reportedly named the 5C, the cheaper iPhone may jettison certain features, such as Siri, analyst Gene Munster stated in an investors note released Monday night. Unveiled in 2011, Apple's voice assistant doesn't support prior phones, such as the iPhone 4 and 3GS.
Munster said he believes the 5C will sell for $300 on average and roll out in September. As such, he said it would make sense for Apple to retire the iPhone 4S and position the iPhone 5C as the low-end model … Read more