iPhone Upgrade Cycle Now Estimated at Four Years, Up From Three Years in 2018 [Report]

iPhone Upgrade Cycle Now Estimated at Four Years, Up From Three Years in 2018 [Report]

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firefish - February 12, 2019 at 3:07am
Apple has gotten extremely greedy with holding back and milking non worthy features year to year. There’s only so much the fanatics can take, or afford for that matter. We’re now at nearly $1.5k for a fully loaded new top of the line phone year after year with really not that much evolution
Mang Domeng - February 12, 2019 at 11:31am
If you are greedy to have the latest iPhone every year, you are fooling yourself and not Apple! If you are contented of what you have for the moment and haven’t maximized the use of your device to its full potential yet, you’ll save yourself money to get the next new iPhone after 5 years. Apple is not fooling everyone, it is you who are fooling yourself. Fool!