The iPhone 6s is still alive and well in some markets — one of which is India, where the 2015 flagship is now being manufactured. Apple is using this to sell the handset to locals. India has become an increasingly important market for the company as smartphone growth in other areas slows to a crawl.The iPhone 6s made its debut almost four years ago. Apple no longer sells it markets like the U.S. and Europe where its more recent flagships are more popular. But in countries where more affordable devices reign supreme, it’s ideal. Selling old iPhones is easy for Apple Keeping old iPhones around a reduced prices is the easiest way Apple can serve customers in emerging markets. Other manufacturers, like Samsung, have budget brands and product lineups, but that has never been Apple’s style. It may be forced to go that route if older devices don’t have more of an impact in key markets like China, however. Via: The Verge
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