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Apple now selling domestically-made iPhone in Brazil

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By Charles Starrett

Contributing Editor
Published: Friday, February 24, 2012
News Categories: Apple, iPhone

Apple is now selling the Brazilian-made 8GB iPhone 4 through its online store in the country. Mac Rumors points to a post by Meio Bit (Translated Link) confirming the news via a photo of the information listed on the back of the box. The new Made in Brazil units carry the model numbers MD128BR/A and MD198BR/A for the black and white iPhone 4, respectively; no evidence of Brazilian-made iPhone 4S units has yet surfaced. The report notes that despite the relocation of manufacturing, pricing for the iPhone 4 remains the same.

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