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iPhone X: Tim Cook Denies Slow Sales As Samsung Galaxy S9 Release Pulls Closer

If you’ve read the news over the past few weeks, you’ve certainly heard about Apple’s “low” iPhone x sales. The Washington Post asked if iPhone X sales spell trouble for Apple. Tom’s Guide recently listed “five reasons” why shoppers are skipping the iPhone X. And now, it appears that Tim Cook has finally spoken up about all the “low sales” whispers. Mac Rumors has the news.
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