New iPhone XS iPhone XS and XR Max iPhone was so expensive that even shocked the experts. Thanks to the advent of new iPhones, the older models began to rapidly fall in price. Besides, Apple is planning to reduce the price of iPhone XR to somehow save the situation with the sales of very expensive smartphones.
In the study of the smartphone market in Ukraine, it became clear that a year after the release of iPhone 8 he lost in his price 40%. It is worth noting that a lot of money, considering the cost of the device. “Eight” appeared in September of last year, while the price of new items was 25 UAH 500 for the base model with 64 GB of memory. A year iPhone 8 has fallen almost to 15 500 USD for 64 GB model. That should please potential buyers.
“Eight” was the last Apple smartphone with fingerprint scanner Touch ID, a thick frame and a 4.7-inch screen, what attracts adherents of the classic iPhones. For all those who don’t like the extra bells and whistles, but want the phone flashed a bullseye on the back panel, is ideal.
Recall that Google introduces a new service for Ukrainians. Now online shopping will become a lot easier, and even inexperienced user will be able to purchase a product or service on the Internet. No longer have to enter the data of your credit card, fearing for the safety of their own savings in the Bank.
Earlier Znayu reported that Apple is leaking the patent for the appearance of future iPhone 2019. Judging by the images, the device will be updated back panel, which will sparkle in the sun. Similar technology has introduced Huawei in their smartphones, and that’s what attracted users. Apple Corporation has decided to go the same way, and capture a huge audience who did not like the previously colors iPhone.
Znayu wrote that the fingerprint scanner has been hacked. Security experts have learned to hack any smartphone that has the scanner. Now, all hope for the scanner face, which still provides reliable protection against burglars and intruders.
Dave Zakarian has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining The Koz Post, Dave Zakarian worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella.