Consumers Want Smartphones to Be Big or Cheap

April 9th, 2014
in News, econ_news, syndication

by Felix Richter,

The upside to Apple's everlasting patent brawl with Samsung is that every once in a while some interesting internal documents surface that grant us a rare look behind the scenes of the most secretive company in the world.

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This week an internal presentation slide came to the public attention, in which Apple concedes that consumers want what Apple currently doesn't have: smartphones that are either large (>4 inch) or cheap (<$300). The fact that Apple realized it was a mistake to ignore the big-screen trend for so long is all but proof that this year's new iPhone will indeed feature a larger screen as rumours have suggested for some time now.

Infographic: Consumers Want Smartphones to Be Big or Cheap  | Statista
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