Apple Vice President Greg Joswiak in an interview with CNET reported that iPhone XR walked in the iPhone XS and XS Max. A more affordable version of the flagship appeared on the shelves nearly a month later than other innovations, however, the decline in prices played a role. As it turned out, expensive iPhone XS, Max and XS, which sold for around 1200-1400 dollars simply do not need the fans of Apple Corporation.
The exact numbers of deliveries Greg said. This information is highly relevant, as analysts fear the decline of the company’s revenues in the last quarter of 2018. That is why the exact number of vehicles sold was not disclosed. According to The Wall Street Journal, Apple has cut production of all three new iPhone models, and even reduced the price of iPhone XR.
In addition, in Japan dropped the price of iPhone XR that may entail changes in the pricing policy in other regions.
Let’s hope that Apple Corporation will reduce the price and the rest of the products.
Recall that gamers smashed to smithereens, a PlayStation Classic, which Sony successfully re-released a few decades. However, all is not so well as I thought gamers: the picture quality is poor, the games themselves tend to freeze, and refresh rate in seconds kills all the excitement.
Earlier Znayu reported that LG made a patent for its innovative, bendable smartphone. Judging by the photos, found by users of the network, when folding the device the screen is not placed inside the fold and outside. Thus, the device positions itself as a smartphone and a full tablet. By the way, the cost will be about $ 2,500, which is a bit disappoint fans of the company.
Znayu wrote that ASUS still deliver a gaming smartphone Phone ROG in Ukraine. Now every person can purchase this device. However, it will cost 26 thousand hryvnias. On the other hand, it is one of the most powerful smartphones on the market.
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.