iPhones Getting Ridiculously Expensive, Survey Reveals
A new-generation iPhones is just around the corner, and while the excitement is high, the actual sales of the device might be lower than anticipated.
And this is because of a series of factors affecting all modern smartphones, and one of the most important is the price.
A survey conducted by WalletHub reveals that 28 percent few people actually plan on buying the new iPhone as compared to last year’s states.
In case you’re wondering why, the price factor plays a much more important role than before. More than 1 in 10 people think purchasing an iPhone “is worth going to the credit card debt,” as revealed by the survey, and 94 percent of the respondents believe that yes, smartphones are getting too expensive.
iPhone buyers ready to spend more
The most affordable latest-generation iPhone costs $749 in the United States, while the top-of-the-range configuration reaches $1,449.