The tech giant Apple acknowledged that the iPhone X was ahead of the date it had actually planned, which was September 2018. Hence, now according to the latest reports, the tech giant Apple’s latest flagship smartphone, of course, iPhone X can’t able to beat the older iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Apple’s iPhone X Can’t Beat The Older iPhone 6 & 6 Plus
The Cupertino firm, of course, I am talking about the tech giant Apple remains in the spotlight when it has been just over a month since the launch of the iPhone X on November 3.
Despite its powerful chipset, the iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8 have not received much criticism for its obsolete screen and a design that is far behind terminals such as the Huawei Mate 10, the LG V30 or even the Galaxy S8 launched half a year before. The iPhone X is up to the task, in terms of technical specifications, but what about sales?
Sales of the new iPhone X and iPhone 8 are below those achieved in 2014Although now the tech giant Apple has made the serious mistake of deliberately slowing down the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, with these terminals they did well. They arrived late but finally gave a larger and higher resolution screen to consumers.
That’s why they achieved a brilliant sales volume during their first weeks since launch. A WSJ (The Wall Street Journal) survey reveals that only 69% of the tech giant Apple’s iPhone sales (until December 3) are iPhone X, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone 8.
At that point of the year, after the introduction of the iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6, the percentage reached up to 91%. This is in tune with the latest statistics from the tech giant Apple in recent years.
Each time it costs them more to sell their new models. Although global sales volume remains excellent there, in the United States, it seems that the tech giant Apple is having a hard time focusing demand on its most recent models.
Perhaps that explains why the tech giant Apple has taken the blameworthy initiative of slowing down older models by applying a limitation on the maximum clock frequency of the CPU (Central Processing Unit).