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Why the iPhone 8's Sluggish Debut Doesn't Matter... Yet

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  • (0:30) - iPhone 8 Release: Shorter Lines and Lower Sales
  • (2:30) - iPhone X Lingers Over iPhone 8 Sales: Analysts Raise Concern
  • (5:05) - iPhone X Overview: Difference Between iPhone 8
  • (9:10) - Episode Roundup:

On today’s episode of the Tech Talk Tuesday podcast, Ryan McQueeney discusses why the iPhone 8 has experienced weaker-than-usual demand and explains why this phenomenon doesn’t quite matter yet.

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Last Friday, Apple (AAPL - Free Report) debuted its latest marquee device, the iPhone 8. The newest iteration of the company’s flagship line of smartphones is its most powerful product to date, but several factors have caused investors to worry about its rollout.

Nevertheless, this isn’t a typical iPhone release for Apple. Consumers are already looking ahead to the upcoming tenth-anniversary edition iPhone X, which will also debut later this year.

Make sure to tune into this week’s show to hear more, as Ryan digs through analyst notes and other key reports to show why the iPhone 8’s sluggish debut is to be expected right now.

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