iPhone 7 won’t sell as well as the iPhone 6s, KGI says



Each year when Apple or any other company launches a new device to the market, analysts begin to make predictions on sales these devices will have. This year as we have seen in various advertisements that has made Apple, iPhone sales 6s and 6s Plus as other devices that the company has been offering in the market, have not been the same as in previous years. After release of the iPhone on 7 and 7 Plus despite the new color, water resistance and dual camera, this model of transition to iPhone 10th anniversary will more or less the same way.

Unlike the numbers are offering operators, which claim that the iPhone 7 is having more success than the previous model, the analyst at KGI Ming-Chi Kuo said that in the remainder of the year Apple will market iPhone fewer units 7 and 7 Plus iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, which came to market just over a year. Kuo says that despite the problems with the Galaxy Note 7, which would increase iPhone sales in July compared to the same period of the previous year and model, will not be enough to follow the path of growth experienced by the company in recent years.

Kuo say that the numbers are offering operators are inflated because this new model has come together to many more countries than before, when in the past it was only limited to less than a dozen countries. In addition also it claims that problems with the new color Jet Black can make users had only thought about changing this color device will think twice.

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