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iPhone SE and Capitalism Stay on Top

Away from all the topics of chaos, capitalism, corona capitalism, etc. Today we will talk about capitalism, which is considered the cornerstone of that particular administrative style of economics. Yes, we’re going to talk about capitalism to stay on top, guys. And today’s article champ is the new iPhone SE!

If you watched the news recently, Apple Inc. took a strange and unusual step. The company launched a device in the economic chip, but with the features of the non-economic chip at all, the mighty devices segment that exceeds $ 1000 in its pricing.

It recently released the awaited iPhone SE 2020 smartphone, which is an update to the iPhone SE 2016, which was very popular in its time. At one point, Apple completed the production of the old phone, but in the end, it stopped it, leaving room for the new phones to swallow the market. But what Apple did with its release of the new device in 2020 is a genuinely suspicious movement.

Why did Apple do that? Why did it release the iPhone SE 2020 when it could focus on the expected iPhone 12 this year? Or be satisfied with the popularity that iPad Pro 2020 has already achieved very recently?

Is the reason terrifying a giant on the scene? Samsung giant, for example?

Why is iPhone SE 2020 a fundamental change in Apple’s global policy?

4 years have passed since the release of the old iPhone SE in 2016, and for all that time, Apple has not started offering any device with the same pricing as the previous device. All of the tools I provided were just an advanced series of technological advances.
Every year the company introduces a new method, with new revolutionary capabilities, and the CEO stands at the launch event to give a speech to encourage people to buy a new phone or product, then begins pumping it into the local and global markets. That was the policy for 4 full years, why change? Why is the release of iPhone SE 2020 is deviating from the system?

That device came with the A13 super processor from Apple, which we have not found until now except in the iPhone 11. Until iPad Pro 2020 began with the A12Z chip, Apple did not cost it to introduce that revolutionary chip with the size, magnitude, and productivity of the iPad Pro.

While I just developed an old disk from the same generation. Suddenly, that genius chip is released with a device that does not exceed $ 400 for the initial version? Shouldn’t she keep it for her strong iPhone line, for example?

The presence of that chip in that device, and the release of that device correctly, and at this time, in particular, is what will take us to the following paragraphs. Which, in turn, will ask more and more questions.

The reason is fierce competition:

Apple always knows that it only sells to the user two things: the main chip, and the operating system. Anything else, really useless, and has no real marketing value on the ground.

New iPhone SE screen, not big, not AMOLED. Camera capabilities, similar to those in the XR, which are not comparable to the 11 cameras, and cannot be compared with some Samsung devices even, the latter will surely outperform them.

So Apple in this device relied on the intelligence of the A13 chip to adjust the photos of the old hardware, and of course, it also included an operating system that provides an exceptionally smooth user experience. But the chip and the operating system are already in the 11, why did Apple transfer them to a device with only $ 400 ?!

The reason is the Samsung giant really

Samsung does not care to release only one device during the year, because it knows the public’s need for continuous updating, and keeping abreast of new technology that Samsung exclusively produces within its limited number series. A-Series, S-Note, and many more.

All are chains the company renews, updates, and develops its devices more than once within a limited time frame of one year. This policy, which relies on an abundance of production, has ensured that it attracts many segments of consumers as each consumer will undoubtedly have a device that matches their needs.
The downside of the equation, of course, is the discontinuation of support for those devices after a concise period. In contrast, Apple devices continue to be alive for 4 or 5 years in the future, despite the release of many powerful tools after them.

But in the end, the world is purely capitalist. Sales are everything, and you won’t be able to retain the luxury of an apple forever.

So Apple decided to release the new iPhone SE 2020, yes, it’s the mid-economy phone and offers you a chip that you can only find on top SIM phones. Gul Apple really shuddered at the Samsung giant and found that maintaining the company’s sales is more critical than maintaining its (ownership) position in the tech world.

In capitalism, it is either eaten or eaten. At the rate Apple was going, it was expected to be devoured, and not actually from Samsung alone. OnePlus, Oppo, Xiaomi, and many other phone companies have become a big name in the global market and provided devices that can kill Samsung and Apple in many aspects of the hardware.

And before moving on to the next point, I’d love to point out something: I don’t like the whole new device, but I’ll own it.

The device lacks a good screen, a good battery, a good camera, good RAM, etc. The method requires a lot of things that make it on par with the (commonly known) user experience these days.

So most ordinary (consumer) users will notice these shortcomings quickly. But to me, it is different, and I only care about social media and media life. The smoothness of the OS at this average price will provide me with exactly what I need.

Since if I wanted to see something, I would take out my iPad Air 2019, and simply watch it.

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