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Mads Hindhede Svanegaard

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Apple also offers the cheaper iPhone 13 mini and the budget-friendly iPhone SE, which are both great devices that offer decent battery life and amazing performance. Still, people seem to prefer spending a bit more money to get the most out of their purchases. Another hurdle overcome is the fact that Apple has had problems with supplies these last few months. Because of the Covid pandemic, the supply chains haven’t been able to catch up with the company’s and consumers’ demands. A great example of this is Sony’s PS5, which hasn’t been able to fulfill the demand of Sony’s users. Still, Apple seems to be still doing fine and has managed to provide iPhones all over the world. What’s Next for Apple and the iPhone It seems like sales won’t stop any time soon. As we mentioned before, the iPhone has been one of the best-selling devices year after year, with the iPhone 11 and iPhone 12 being the best-selling smartphones of 2020 and 2021, respectively. This year, the iPhone 14 promises to continue this trend, and it’ll probably become the most popular smartphone of 2023. There have been many rumors about the iPhone 14, with some crazier rumors pointing out that Apple might bring an under-display Touch ID feature. Other than that, we expect even better battery life and performance from Apple’s incoming flagship phone. It’s too early to tell, but it’s highly likely that the company will release the iPhone 14 at the end of the year, around September, to be more precise. This is based on past releases the company has made.

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