Apple to Move to a 3 Year iPhone Refresh Cycle [Report]

Apple to Move to a 3 Year iPhone Refresh Cycle [Report]

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Ynona - June 1, 2016 at 5:24pm
If Apple does this they will put yet another nail in their coffin. As an Apple user I've watched the other companies catch up with and pass Apple with their technology. They've gone from great to just good. I've only hung on because of their eco system and refuse the android platform but Apple is continually getting more careless with their updates and if they continue down this path they will loose more of their dedicated customers who used to upgrade regularly. If they change their cycle to 3 years this will be an even greater opportunity for other companies to further their technology gain. Go ahead Apple, become another part of history like Atari did or smarten up, become innovative again and be the company you once were.
Yvena - June 1, 2016 at 5:33pm
1. Another nail in the coffin? What in the name of God are you talking about. The iPhone is still doing okay than most companies out there, the iPad is easily beating the competition if you haven't noticed, and the Mac family is doing well as usual and of course, the OS themselves are still getting better. 2. Careless? Do you not know how many new features in s models continue to come and what companies continue to copy apple with what they originally made just for others to steal? 3. Apple is still the company they were. They're still the top global brand, they still have posetive reviews on recent released products, and they're still alive as if no one is replacing them, but switching to a 3 year cycle won't do much harm. This may give Apple more time to make the iPhone and change some things in case of new technology in order to make waiting for a new iPhone pay off even more. I'm an Apple user and I only have so much time in the world to save up slowly for a new iPhone. I wouldn't mind this change for the cycle.