After a decade of iPhones, what new features do consumers care about?

After a decade of iPhones, what new features do consumers care about?
After a decade of iPhones, what new features do consumers care about?
I’M watching post reporter Heather Kelly and today we are in front of San Francisco’s Apple Store and we’re interviewing iPhone owners about their devices. What features do they want to see on the next version, what iPhone they have now and why they haven’t upgraded yet so do you have an iPhone now? Yes, what do you have? I have a 5 of 5 that might be uses old. What kind of features would you like to see on but may be announced tomorrow, looking at iPhones and possibly get an iPhone 2 years ago, minnepop tree? I think that needs to be improved as well. What are you looking for, and you think that you will by definitely one of the newer ones tomorrow or obligated to buy a new one or give me a donation to buy so they’re supplying their funding me? Do you upgrade every year every couple years for the longest. Of time? This is what I got the button on their self. I am not ready yet I’m waiting. Well, you know what I went to a concert recently. I saw people taking pictures and I looked at mine and I said you know what I definitely need to update. What is the biggest thing I mean iPhone cost. You know somewhere close to $ 1,000, if not more, I believe, a new one and probably caught somewhere on that as well. turn on the most important to take pictures at a concert and another one just want to take a good selfie.
On the heels of Apple announcing the iPhone 11, we ask consumers what they’re looking for in the new model and what keeps them from upgrading. Read more: https://wapo.st/2NeloCX. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK

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