Apple is still working on a service to subscribe to hardware from the company, according to information presented in Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman’s Power On newsletter. The service was first supposed to be launched together with the iPhone 13 in 2021, and then the iPhone 14 in 2022, but has had to be postponed at least twice. The reason must be technical problems, Gurman states without specifying further.
The service will allow users to pay an as yet undetermined amount per month to subscribe to, for example, an iPhone, and will differ from, for example, installment plans spread over 12 or 24 months.
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