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Comment: Apple is taking its in-store iPhone push too far by promoting upgrades instead of repairs

[2019-02-09 16:38:27]

It’s no secret that Apple has been pushing iPhone upgrades like never before over the last several months. Yesterday, however, I visited an Apple store to have my iPhone XS Max serviced, and I realized just have far Apple has taken its iPhone upgrade pitch. The post Comment: Apple is taking its in-store iPhone push too far by promoting upgrades instead of repairs appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Comment: Apple is taking its in-store iPhone push too far by promoting upgrades instead of repairs


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