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Apple's iPhone 7 predicted to spur 8% growth, 2017 redesign seen causing 16% sales spike

After the iPhone 6s series saw the first-ever year-over-year decline in iPhone sales, things are expected to be back on the rise for Apple leading into next year with the iPhone 7, and carrying into 2018 with an anticipated redesign, according to investment firm UBS.
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