Apple stops offering iPhone 7 256GB

iPhone 7
Apple announced it has stopped offering iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus with the support of 256GB of internal storage space. This decision led Apple's official online store to display both iPhone in 32GB and 128GB versions. The decision was reportedly taken by Apple in order to push sales of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, which also comes in a 256GB internal storage capacity. Currently sales of the iPhone 8 is called a slowdown, when compared with previous models.

A number of parties blame the weak iPhone 8 sales as a result of the large number of consumers looking forward to Apple's premium smartphone, the iPhone X, before deciding to select the products they want to buy.

Search iPhone 7 on Google search engine increased when compared with iPhone 8 search. On Monday, KeyBank Capital Market conducted a survey revealing that sales of iPhone 7 2016 exceeded sales of the iPhone 8 model 2017.

iPhone 8 is powered by Bionic A11 chipset and comes with Portrait Lighting feature, allowing users to shoot selfs with more dramatic backgrounds. In addition, iPhone 8 is also supported by wireless charging capabilities.

In the meantime, Apple announced that Apple Upgrade Program anniversaries can order the iPhone X-anniversary edition smartphone first.

Members can start preparing documents, and earlier this year members can send their old iPhone models via mail to Apple, to get an upgrade. 

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