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Why I'm Not Interested in What Apple Is Offering.
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Euasktiger982 days ago

Earlier this month, Apple announced the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus to massive fanfare and misdirected attention. One of the most popular smartphone and computer makers in the world has once again managed to pitch its products so effectively, that people were trying to sell their kidneys to raise the funds to buy them.

Today, as the phone officially goes on sale in some parts of the world I'm happy not to be one of the people lining up for it. Because Apple relies on only one thing to make money: the hard sell. It isn't a traditional hard sell; but rather one where the customers are made to believe that they are missing out if they don't get on board
Apple isn't trying to convince you to buy its products, it wants you to come begging to be included in the program. This clearly works for Apple, when you see the millions of people all over the world that are sold by this idea every year, lining up outside Apple stores for days and paying ridiculously high prices to be included.

(Also see: Apple iPhone 6s Vs. Apple iPhone 6)

Apple's products are not sub-standard by any means. They're well-built, look good and have arguably the best app ecosystem in the world. This is supplemented by excellent service. If you've made the investment, you're a part of a club where you should not have to go through any kind of unnecessary hardship when it comes to your prized iDevice.

All of this is admirable and does to some small extent justify Apple's premium pricing, but as a consumer, you have to figure out where to draw the line. How much is too much?

A look at the various variants of the Apple iPhone on sale leading e-commerce websites in India will show you that Apple products continue to be high value well into their life cycles. The two-year-old iPhone 5s continues to sell for around Rs. 30,000 for the 16GB variant depending on where you buy it, while last year's iPhone 6 will cost you around Rs. 40,000 for the same capacity. This is more than what you'd pay for most of this year's Android flagships, including the excellent Samsung Galaxy S6

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azzromyo982 days ago

Hi @rfe4585
this link helps you for your concern :http://gadgets.ndtv.com/mobiles/opinion/why-im-not-interested-in-what-apple-is-offering-744050

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ourlife982 days ago

for me I think that the Apple product is bought only for braging
or "Boasting and showing off"

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