Apple cancels upgrade of new iphone SE to boost iPhone 7 sales!
Apple leak confirmed Apple made a strategy not to release 2017 update of the iPhone SE, as 4-inch iPhone SE is more popular than iPhone 7. Apple may boost sales of iPhone SE as it costs less to manufacture than iPhone 7
Apple leak suggest, Apple is reportedly cancelling upgrade of new iphone SE in smartphone market to reduce competition for Apple iphone 7.
Apple fears, its budget model iphone SE may reduce sales of expensive Apple iphone 7 and iphone 7 plus. Apple wants more profit from iphone 7 and iphone 7 plus, than budget model iPhone SE, said Apple sources.
Apple leak confirmed Apple made a strategy not to release 2017 update of the iPhone SE, as 4-inch iPhone SE is more popular than iPhone 7.
Now, Apple plans to boost sales of iPhone SE as it costs less to manufacture and old stocks are lying compared to Apple iphone 7 and iphone 7 plus , currently facing shortage of supply.
Apple CEO Tim Cook, said last week, Apple is worried over iphone 7 plus shipments to US, over production delays.
Now, in US iphone 7 plus is gravely affected by shortage and customers may opt Google Pixel, Nexus or Samsung Galaxy.
Apple plans more profit via iphone 7 and not market share by selling iPhone SE, revealed Apple leak. Apple is concerned over drop in sales of iPhone 7 and fears it may be affect image of iPhone 7 in smartphone market.
iPhone shipments may fall by 10% in the second quarter of 2017, say experts.
Earlier Apple suffered when it cancelled d iPad generations and MacBook Pro upgrades for years. The budget iPhone SE is worth for money than premium iPhone 6S and iPhone 7.
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