You thought a $1,000 iPhone was bad? It may be just the beginning.
The cost of mobile convenience is going sky high.
“Paying a thousand bucks for a phone is no longer laughable. In fact, it's probably your new normal.
When Apple broke the $1,000 barrier for its iPhone X last September, critics scoffed at its exorbitant price. They doubted people would reach so deeply into their wallets for a phone that outpriced two other perfectly good iPhones, the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus. The critics were wrong. Apple CEO Tim Cook said in July that the iPhone X had outsold every other Apple device every week since it went on sale November 3, 2017.
With strong iPhone X sales, Apple proved that mainstream buyers are willing to pay almost as much for their cell phones as they would for a powerful laptop, if not more. “ CNET
If you use the IPhone X you know why the price may not matter. The technological mobility of such devices are going to new levels.
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