By 2022, Apple plans to release a new one iPhone

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According to Gurman, the gadget subscription will differ from the installment program, the price of the device dividing the two by 12 or 24 months. A certain monthly fee will not depend on the device used. This gadget can be replaced by a new model one year.Apple is testing the new service now. The reason the company didn’t announce its hardware subscriptions for iPhone 14 was because it would not allow the company to add a whole new means of buying an iPhone.

In a recent episode of Power On, Gurman indicated that the new service may be introduced as early as the end of 2022. The Bloomberg journalist continues to warn Apple that Apple is preparing to adopt a gadget subscription that allows you rent an iPhone, iPad, and Mac along with the Apple One package. That endeavor, according to the writer, is the biggest step toward auto-recurring sales.

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