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Tuesday, 17 October 2017

The iPhone 7 sells more than the iPhone 8 and does not surprise anyone



The latest surveys conducted by mobile operators have had to sit like a jug of cold water in Cupertino: the iPhone 7 in all its versions is surpassing in sales to the iPhone 8 in both the United States and the United Kingdom. And we venture to ensure that they are not the only countries.

This fact is not surprising, between the iPhone 7 is a large mobile, which has been lowered and also the improvements of the iPhone 8 are relative, not surprising that many opt for the flagship of last year .


Already put to spend almost thousand euros, the dilemma is clear: or you wait and you go to iPhone X, or you save and you buy the iPhone 7 . In addition, the rumors of faulty batteries or the error in the sound of the calls are not the best publicity possible for a terminal accused of being too conservative.
Why an iPhone 7 and not an iPhone 8?

Obviously, price is a factor . He who wants a new iPhone this year and is not willing to spend around a thousand euros, the cost margin between iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 is interesting to decide for the previous version. Apart from the A11 processor, wireless charging and True Tone, there is not much difference. And let's not fool ourselves, the dual camera of the iPhone 7 Plus was great and its performance superior to the Samsung Galaxy S8, for example.

Another interesting factor is the lack of promotions . Yes, the iPhone 8 can be purchased in installments without interest or through an operator , but where the most noticeable the rebates is searching for internet stores, or even through telephone operators. If you look good, you find great prices that will not make you think twice.

Although Tim Cook assures that sales of the iPhone 8 are better than expected , the reality is that the strategy of diversifying and delaying both the 2017 options does not seem to have been a good idea .

Via | 9to5Mac 

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