Since launching the first iPhone back in 2007, Apple has always focused on offering high-end mobile experience, even if that meant losing the market share battle against Google’s Android. Many people kept asking for cheaper new iPhones that would compete in the entry- to mid-range smartphone business, ignoring the fact that Apple kept around older iPhones in its lineup that became more affordable as time went by.
Fast forward to the iPhone 6s, and Apple still doesn’t have cheap iPhones to take on Google, but it’s still selling more iPhones than ever before. Furthermore, it’s probably clear more than ever that Apple doesn’t even need to be focusing on making cheaper iPhones, as it’s got a different plan for killing affordable Android devices. More →