3D Touch to Be Dropped From New iPhones

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Investors now fear that iPhone X sales are falling, if not quite leaping, off a cliff.

The iPhone is by far the biggest product from Apple, accounting for more than 60 percent of its revenue previous year, but chief executive Tim Cook and other executives have targeted services as a path to growth.

"We believe price elasticity is affecting the current cycle, as new models introduced cost, on average, over $100 more than last year's new models", he said. However, the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus looked similar to the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models from about three years earlier. Then the demand for the iPhone X has decreased significantly.

Analysts are increasingly negative about its prospects amid reports of slowing iPhone sales. Apple could use the cash to bolster its Apple Pay product by buying a company like American Express or making other investments to make consistent revenue off transactions.

The primary focus on the latest sofware update is to fix an issue where touch input wouldn't work on the iPhone 8 that were serviced with "non-geniune replacement displays".

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Disappointing forecasts from the iPhone supply chain have lowered expectations for unit sales.

Mark Moskowitz, an analyst with Barclays, wrote in an investor note Monday that the iPhone X's "price point was too high and likely alienated many users". According to statistics, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus bought is better than the iPhone X. Experts predict a further decline in sales of smartphones.

According to a Forbes report, the upcoming iPhone SE2 will feature the exact same body as the 2012-era iPhone 5 and the 2016-made iPhone SE.

iPhone X in pictures - Apple's stunning new smartphone revealed Sat, September 30, 2017 APPLE'S iPhone X will be released in November and features a stunning new design with an edge-to-edge screen. That could bring the price close to $700, a level that's proven successful for many years. A saturated smartphone market means Apple can't do much about the first problem, but its pricing strategy can vary depending on the specific iPhones being offered.

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