Apple’s new iPhone X is not doing as well as the company had hoped. Recent reports suggest that demand for the device is weak, and tapering off. It seems as if the so-called “supercycle” never happened.
That might be due to its high price point relative to its set of features, among other factors. But it’s worth venturing that Apple could have mitigated or even prevented the worse-than-expected sales performance of the device with a few simple strategies. It could apply some of these to the current iPhone X, and others to its next generation of premium OLED flagship. Use the Right Arrow to Browse 5 Ways Apple Could Fix Slumping iPhone X Sales.