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Sunday, 9 July 2017

Not even the Galaxy S8 can slow sales of the iPhone 7



Despite continued leaks on the iPhone 8 and the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8, sales of the iPhone 7 seem to have been unaffected, continuing as the undisputed leader in sales of premium smartphones, followed by Samsung's flagship ... and not It looks like the tables will be changed this fall. However, remember that it is still the fastest terminal that exists .

Although it has been cataloged as boring, the iPhone 7 has been quite successful for Apple . Ten months after its launch, the device continues to struggle against the latest LG, Google, OnePlus and other terminals that were born to try to banish the throne.


Analyst Michael Walkley of Canaccord Genuity reveals that sales of the iPhone 7 are steady during the summer and even appear to have improved in June . So the launch of its main rival that caused so much stir or the rumors of the Note are affecting very little. And with respect to the iPhone 8 , curiously the analyst says he will have "few surprises more", aside from those we have been filtering for months:

AT THE VERY LEAST, WE EXPECT IT TO HAVE AN OLED DISPLAY - MANUFACTURED BY SAMSUNG INITIALLY BUT WITH OTHER VENDORS LIKE SHARP AND AU OPTRONICS IN 2018 - WITH A LARGE DISPLAY RATIO, THERE WILL BE NO HOME BUTTON, FAST CHARGE, IMPROVED SPEAKERS, 3D SENSORS FOR FACE RECOGNITION , INDUCTIVE WIRELESS CHARGING THANKS TO ITS GLASS BODY, STORAGE CAPACITY OF 64GB AND 256GB AND OF COURSE A WATER RESISTANCE SUPERIOR TO THAT OF THE IPHONE 7.


By the way, not a word of the Touch ID : Will it be integrated in front of the screen, in the back or will we just say goodbye to this technology of unlocking and recognition ? Walkley has not spoken.

On the first day of August Apple will give its usual sales report for the last quarter and we will be able to put figures to this qualitative assessment with more precision.

Via | CultofMac

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