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Apple's Sudden iPhone Cancellation Makes Little Sense

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has some unusual upgrades planned for its 2019 iPhones but it is the moves the company is making with models on sale that are turning heads most And the latest decision makes me a full 180…

Apple’s current iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR sales strategy is turning heads Apple

The Economic Times reports that in response to slow sales of the iPhone in India, Apple will increase iPhone prices and cancel sales of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in the country which had been used as a cheap entry point for onboarding customers into Apple services. This will leave the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus as the bottom rung and 5,000 rupees ($ 72) will be added to their prices.

The logic: “[Apple] wants to reinforce the brand’s ‘premiumness’ in the Indian market and increase average selling prices, ” said one industry executive speaking to The Economic Times.

Doubling down on this, The Economic Times reports Apple will pull iPhones from any retailer smaller than 350-400 square feet in size. Apple will then focus on a fewer number of larger stores and push them to be Apple-exclusive.

All of which is the complete opposite of Apple’s strategy to increase iPhone sales in another 1BN + country: China. Here Apple is slashing prices (often multiple times ) and inviting more partners to resell iPhones.

iPhone Fold (concept pictured) is expected in 2020 www.foldable. news

And running two opposing strategies simultaneously hints at one obvious concern: Apple knows how to turn around stalling iPhone sales . Tip: cutting entry-level models and increasing prices won’t help.

With Apple’s next-generation iPhones also hampered by court-battles which could delay the adoption of 5G until 2021 it’s a testing time for the previously imperious company. Yes, we all know Apple has a truly game-changing iPhone starting to take shape but the immediate road ahead looks rocky …

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Apple
has some unusual upgrades planned for its 2019 iPhones but it is the moves the company is making with models on sale that are turning heads most . And the latest decision makes me a full 180…

Apple’s current iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max and iPhone XR sales strategy is turning heads Apple

The Economic Times reports that in response to slow sales of the iPhone in India, Apple will increase iPhone prices and cancel sales of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in the country which had been used as a cheap entry point for onboarding customers into Apple services. This will leave the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus as the bottom rung and 5,000 rupees ($ 72) will be added to their prices.

The logic: “[Apple] wants to reinforce the brand’s ‘premiumness’ in the Indian market and increase average selling prices,” said one industry executive speaking to The Economic Times.

Doubling down on this, The Economic Times reports Apple will pull iPhones from any retailer smaller than 350-400 square feet in size. Apple will then focus on a fewer number of larger stores and push them to be Apple exclusive.

All of which is the complete opposite of Apple’s [Apple iPhone] slashing prices (often multiple times ) and inviting more partners to resell iPhones.

iPhone Fold (concept pictured ) is expected in 2020 www.foldable.news

And running two opposing strategies simultaneously hints at one obvious concern: Apple knows how to turn around stalling iPhone sales Tip: cutting entry-level models and i ncreasing prices won’t help.

With Apple’s next-generation iPhones also hampered by court-battles which could delay the adoption of 5G until 2021 it’s a testing time for the previously imperious company. Yes, we all know Apple has a truly game-changing iPhone starting to take shape but the immediate road ahead looks rocky …

___

Follow Gordon on ] Facebook and Google+

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Apple iPhone 5G Problems Set To Continue Into 2020

Apple Leak Details Surprising iPhone 11 Display Upgrades

Apple’s Foldable New iPhone Is Coming Together

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