The iPhone X has been a point of contention for Apple fans and haters. We examine what it means and what it means for the future.
If you are looking to get the best deal on a smartphone, it will help to understand the motivations behind the largest manufacturers. Of course, most of the companies that make smartphones are motivated by one thing: money. All businesses are motivated by money, however, so that is not exactly a shock.
Of course, there comes the point where a company crosses the line from providing a quality product for their customers to just trying to milk them for as much money as possible. This is an accusation (even by some of their loyal customers) that has fallen squarely on the shoulders of Apple since the release of the iPhone X.
The Most Expensive Phone From Apple Yet:
For those who are not in the know, the iPhone X is Apple’s most expensive phone yet, and there are many saying that it is not worth the money. Regardless of your opinions on the company, Apple knows how to use brand loyalty to their advantage, but have they pushed it too far?
Today, we are going to be addressing the elephant in the room when it comes to Apple. Just how much are they making off of the sale of each of their smartphones, and how much have they made historically? There are a few questions to ask yourself when performing this investigation:
- Have I accounted for price inflation over the past decade?
- Have I examined each of Apple’s phones?
- Is there a marked difference between their profit margins?
Previously I published a Infographic – Fun Facts of iPhone. Now thankfully, you don’t have to do any of the investigation yourself & thanks to the helpful folks over at hebergement1 for their infographic, it is easier than ever to visualize Apple’s profits.
With the help of our article and this infographic, you can decide for yourself whether or not an iPhone is worth buying, or if you are merely lining the pockets of Apple executives.
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