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The curious case of Apple and 'money can't buy happiness' adage

The curious case of Apple and 'money can't buy happiness' adage
SAN FRANCISCO: Apple is earning more money than ever, but it still does not seem to make everyone happy. Not to be conspiring theories surrounding the older iPhones' Apple's secret slogan, while a cloud of uncertainty looms on its high priced iPhone X.

It's a real-time investigation for the company accustomed to an inevitable faithful customer base. According to Apple's expectations, buyers are expected to accept the iPhone X as a revolutionary device worth $ 1,000, but it is still not clear how many people are in the process of moving ahead, especially in other recently released models, priced at $ 200 to $ 300.

With the release of Apple's financial first-quarter earnings report, the first signs of consumer interest in the iPhone X came out on Thursday. That period included the last three months of the last three months, which included the beginning of November of the beginning of the iPhone X.
The curious case of Apple and 'money can't buy happiness' adage
Apple has been attributed to its attempts to stop unexpected crashes due to recessionary aging, and it now offers only $ 29 for offering batteries in place of it. It's not worth the $ 50 discount as it is available as part of Apple's apology.

"Once you all the enthusiasts who want the iPhone X, come in the past, you go to many people who think that $ 1,000 has a lot of money for the phone," said Bob O'Donnell, analyst at research firm Tacellis. "We can reach the top of the smartphone market, and it affects everyone including Apple." Apple CEO Tim Cook said in a separate story that after its release in early November, he describes it as its top selling model every week.

There may be a lack of waiting to get the so-called iPhone X more than any quarter numbers. Most analysts have explained the intense demand and the shortage of components that Apple has not been able to fill all orders till this spring. But the iPhone X is currently available, which means that Apple has solved the production issues before assuming - or customer demand has started to decline.
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