Good news for Apple, the patent holder of a transparent smartphone. The iPhone 13 is not at risk of losing its value. Because according to SellCell, the depreciation of the phone is half that of the iPhone 13. We are talking about a decline ” exceptionally weak “. According to the report, since its launch, the top of the range is only depreciated by 25.5%. One of the reasons for this small decrease? The shortage of chips. As the iPhone 13 remains difficult for customers to find, the price remains higher. The demand stronger than ever is the business of the telephone freshly marketed by the Cupertino company.

The delays cause an increase in demand for the iPhone 13. This means that the smartphone has experienced the best value retention in the last two months since its launch compared to previous models.

« Delays are causing increased demand for the iPhone 13. This means that the smartphone has experienced the best value retention in the last two months since its launch compared to previous models.. This is not just great news for Apple, it is for those who bought the smartphone when it was launched. Says SellCell. The report estimates that Apple will no longer produce a mini version for its future phones since the iPhone 13 mini has a higher depreciation than other models.

But this situation of weak decline is not likely to recur for future iPhones: ” Global flea shortage and health crisis are unique circumstances we all hope to never experience again ».

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