The iPhone costs too much? The opinion of Steve Wozniak
the iPhone has always stood for performance, innovation, quality, and still, in a sense relatively negative, for its exorbitant prices that continue to be debated to the users who are still willing to spend entirely on the above figures.
Giving a slap in the face to the competition and the market, the next iPhone 8 may come back to talk of himself because of his new cut of the price that will depart from the “modest” amount of$ 1000, a price almost 10 times higher than that of the average current of the common Android smartphone products in China.
It's just in China that Apple is fighting his battle, not against the giants in the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S8, but against the brand's most recent Live or Huawei, and are capable of producing smartphones from high performance at a significantly lower rate.
During a recent interview with the South China Morning Post, Steve Wozniak, the historical founder of Apple with Steve Jobs, took the parts of the Cupertino company, justifying the high prices by talking about quantitative and qualitative:
In life I do not believe in quantity as much as quality. You may not have the biggest share on the market or be the number 1, without producing quality articles and Apple qualifies for this. Apple products are safe, and its prices are high in the extreme. It is a safe bet for a lot of people, and when you love Apple, you're willing to pay. But Apple is not at all defeated (in terms of features). You cannot excel on all producing an enormous amount of articles regardless of quality. And it is necessary to understand the steps of manufacture to make something reliable in those quantities.
Wozniak confirmed that Apple continues to move away from the market of low-cost airlines aiming to offer a decent quality/price ratio. What do you think? Also for you, it's worth still worth it?
Via | BGR
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