The new iPhone XS and the iPhone XS Max are expensive, but Apple CEO Tim Cook thinks Apple's innovation is worth the price.
"We want to produce iPhone for everyone." Cook said in an interview with Robin Roberts (Robin Roberts) on the morning show in America on Tuesday. As he bragged about Apple's latest iPhone, Cook kept defending the rising price of the phone. The new iPhone XS starts at $999, the iPhone XS Max starts at $1099, and the 512GB memory XS Max starts at $1349.
"In fact, most people choose to sign up with their mobile operators when they buy a new iPhone, and they don't actually pay much per month," Cook said. "Even for a phone that costs more than $1,000, most people pay only $30 a month, or $1 a day. Yuan or so. "
Among other products, Cook mentioned the new health monitoring features on Apple Watch Series 4, including fall monitoring and electrocardiogram functions, as well as the iOS 12 released Monday. He also said that while products such as the iPhone, Apple Watch and IrPods are assembled in China, the components come from all over the country, including the United States.
Cook also publicized Apple's patriotic stance in an interview. Apple had a market capitalization of trillions of dollars in August, but "only the United States can breed such companies." Apple has created 2 million jobs in the United States and will invest $350 billion over the next five years, he said.
Apple did not immediately comment. (little white)
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