The CEO of Apple comes Up to Defend the Pricing of New iPhones

The CEO of Apple comes Up to Defend the Pricing of New iPhones


Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple on Tuesday went on to defend the prices of the company’s latest iPhones during an interview on the program named, “Good Morning America”.

Cook told the host for the show, Robin Roberts that the company would want to make an iPhone for each and every individual.

The CEO even explained that a lot of iPhone users look to finance the devices through their cell phone carriers, thereby making the costly expenditure a really affordable one.

Tim Cook even made the note that most of the people pay around $30 a month for an iPhone, which is basically $1 a day.

Just a week back, the executives of Apple had introduced three brand new iPhones at their Cupertino headquarters in California, which happens to be the tech giant’s biggest as well as the most expensive iPhones till date. The iPhone X sets start at a price of $999, while on the other hand, the maximum price tag for Xs Max is $1099. Apple also let another phone, named iPhone XR make its debut at $749, which is quite affordable.

The features that contain in Xs Max are the biggest kind of display in the iPhone arena, having a screen size of 6.5-inch. As far as the comparison is concerned, iPhone Xs comes up with a screen size of 5.8 inches. Both the devices are hitting the stores on 21st September.

Spending an amount of $1000 or more on any phone might be quite unthinkable to some but Tim Cook made a point that iPhone has, in an effective manner, replaced their traditional camera, music player as well as a video camera.

He even went on to say that they had noticed people want the most innovative product that is on offer and it is not really cheap to do so.

In the month of August, Apple went on to become the first ever U.S. organization to be valued at $1 trillion. In the middle of a trade war, which looms with China, the US administration made an announcement regarding the exemptions to the tariffs of 10 percent on almost $200 billion worth of imports from China.