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The Expected Future Of Apple’s Iphone In The Next 5 Years.

By Jordan Pizarro

Let’s talk about some figure here. Apple has already reported a staggering 12.992 million units of the iPhone 3GS sold since its unveiling and release.

Also, Apple reported that they have now sold over 1.7 million iPhone 4 units on only a matter of three days after its launch on June 24th. With these numbers, we can almost bet our money that the iPhone will be here to stay for the coming 5 years to come, according to analysts.

This is not considering another fact that even though there have been some negative reports about the iPhone, still there are plenty of consumers wanting to use it compared to other brands.

Just to be specific, just take the case of the iPhone 4 where there was an obvious issue about its reception that Apple has officially acknowledged by making public apology and giving a free down loadable software to actually correct the said flaw of a miscalculated program in the phone’s signal strength.

Apple has also declared that any one who would be dissatisfied in their iPhone dispite the software correction are welcome to get a refund but they would be strictly implementing that customers can only return the unit within 30 days after purchase and with out damage.

But despite these weaknesses, a majority of customers in the US, Canada and UK are still fans of the popular smart phone and according to recent surveys, 83% would still chose an iPhone than use another brand of mobile phone and would purchase iPhone insurance along with their brand new unit.

But we see a slightly different story in Japan where dealers of the iPhone seem to be struggling. Up to now, it seem not to be gaining popularity with the Japanese tech community who are more interested in picture and video taking rather than fancy apps.

Some say that it will almost be impossible to tap the Japanese market since the majority of them don’t want to use foreign brands.

But Apple need not worry since we see a very stable trend in other countries in US and Europe. The demand for iPhone apps and accessories are still a consistent high ranking term in Google searches.

This ever continuing demand for the iPhone and iPhone insurance are signs that indeed this Apple smart phone will be here to stay in the next 4 -5 years. We can expect some improvements like maybe a upcoming iPhone 4i or a iPhone 5 version. But will Apple still retain the famous design that made them millions in sales? Let’s just wait and find out.

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