Apple launched its most happening tenth-year commemorative smartphone iPhone 8. The company had to delay its release on multiple occasions owing to the supply issues and finally the day its release arrived.
It’s not a new thing that Apple sales have been down for some months and the same thing seems to continue with the iPhone 8. It’s a usual scene to find hundreds of people queuing up to purchase Apple smartphone soon after its release. but on the contrary, which doesn’t really bode well for the company, there had not been many people standing in the queue for the latest smartphone.
The latest report reveals that there were fewer than 40 people in Apple Sydney Store where we could easily see more than hundred which depicts the less enthusiastic mood of people in the Asian continent.
Many people are gravitating towards Chinese made smartphones which offer high-end features for a low price and as expected Apple’s new smartphone bore the price tag of more than what is considered a usual price for a smartphone even in the modern day. There is no reason to explain the fewer people in the queues than Apple smartphones seem to have been losing ground, especially in the developing countries.