Apple iPhone 6 Plus: It’s not really a flagship, it’s a ‘flagship killer’

Apple has a long history of making products that are designed to sell phones.

From the first iPhone, to the iPhone X, to today’s iPhone 6s, Apple’s product design has always been focused on selling phones and other products.

However, the company’s focus on design is often driven by the expectation of a consumer who’s going to spend more money to get the same kind of performance and features.

The iPhone 6 is no different.

For years, the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have been the most popular phones for the most people in the world.

And in the US, where the iPhone has dominated for years, that success has created a huge number of demand for a new iPhone that could finally deliver those same specs and performance for less.

It’s a huge market, and it’s growing.

But for years it wasn’t clear that the iPhone would be a success for Apple.

Even with the company announcing its iPhone 6 launch in the United Kingdom, where it was expected to make a big splash, the US was the only country in which the iPhone was sold in 2017.

In fact, when the iPhone launched in the UK, it had sold only 6,000 units by the time it was released there.

But in the first few weeks of 2018, things changed.

Apple finally released the iPhone SE in the States, and in a few weeks, the number of iPhones sold in the country went from around 9 million in December to just under 21 million.

Sales were actually higher than expected, and by early March, the iPhones were selling out quickly.

So what happened?

When Apple announced its first iPhone X at the end of March, it looked like it would finally have a significant market advantage over its rivals.

The company’s iPhone X had a design that was far more similar to the iPhones of its competitors than the iPhone 7 and iPhone 8, and that helped the iPhone sell more.

However that didn’t last long.

By the end (March 21), the iPhone’s sales were already down more than 50% from the same point last year, and sales of the iPhone were in the red.

That was a big surprise for the iPhone team, who had expected to see sales of about 10 million iPhones in 2018, and to be able to turn around those sales by the end.

However sales of new iPhones are never a perfect measure of a company’s success.

Even though new iPhones sell more than old ones, there are other factors that can influence the success of a product, like the quality of the phone itself.

As a result, it can be hard to tell if the iPhone is actually succeeding or not.

And that’s what Apple’s new iPhones have revealed.

With the iPhone 8 and iPhone X coming out later this year, Apple has to decide whether to continue to focus on building a flagship iPhone, or if it should take a step back and rethink how it wants to build its next-generation phone.

There are a lot of potential pitfalls for the company to make, including the fact that a lot more people are likely to want a larger screen, as well as the fact it may end up having to change the way it uses some of its most popular features.

Still, it might be worth considering whether Apple should focus on the next iPhone if it wants the best results.

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