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Not even Apple was expecting its ‘boring’ new iPhone 7 to be this popular

Gadget blogs have been saying for months how "boring" Apple's new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are, but apparently someone forgot to tell consumers around the world because sales so far are apparently through the roof. We won't know any exact numbers until Apple reports its September-quarter earnings next month, and continuing supply shortages will undoubtedly impact fiscal fourth-quarter sales figures.
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