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iPhone X: Apple Isn’t Overpricing Their Flagship Smartphone [Opinion]

It happens almost every time Apple releases a product that doesn’t live up to out-of-this-world sales expectations. The Washington Post asks if iPhone X sales spell trouble for Apple. Tom’s Guide recently listed “five reasons” why shoppers are skipping the iPhone X. However, USA Today is probably the most rational when it states that even though the iPhone X sales strategy has stumbled, higher prices have kept actual sales figures afloat.
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