Apple has reportedly restarted production of the iPhone 4 for just three markets — India, Indonesia, and Brazil. It would be the first time Apple has resumed production of a discontinued iPhone. New iPhone 4 shipments have recently reached retail stores with a reported December 2013 manufacturing date, and trade partners have been told new shipments will have January manufacturing dates. A recent report from the same publication noted Apple would be relaunching the 8GB iPhone 4 in India due to the loss of sales and market share in the region. iPhone 4 is now selling for about 20,000 rupees (about $320), which is notably higher from the price cited in the past report. [via The Economic Times]
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