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No, an iPhone 8 delay won’t send users scurrying to Android

The iPhone has been around for more than 10 years and it seems that some analysts still don't have a firm understanding of Apple's user base. As a chief example, analyst Tony Sacconaghi recently told CNBC that if Apple's forthcoming iPhone 8 is delayed, prospective iPhone buyers might jump ship and purchase smartphones from other manufacturers. "If the phone is materially constrained once we hit the holiday season, post-October 15, then it's worrisome," Sacconaghi said.
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