This week we learned that the iPhone party could be over as Apple reported the first ever decline in iPhone sales. That’s big news in the technology business as the iPhone was at the heart of Apple’s resurgence as it went from tech underdog to the world beating phone maker. There is probably a combination of explanations as to why the iPhone is slipping. Economic conditions is one, market saturation another and perhaps phone buyers are looking for an alternative to the high price handsets of the market leaders.
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