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BofA: Slow iPhone 7 sales hurting retail tech spending, somehow doesn’t factor Note 7 meltdown

Today Bank of America today published a research note indicating that iPhone 7 hadn’t moved electronics retail spending as much as iPhone releases had in years past.  more… Filed under: Apple
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