A couple of weeks ago, I bought my first iPhone for $1.1 million.
I thought I’d take the opportunity to try to find out what other people had to say about it.
“It’s really a great phone,” one reader wrote.
“If you’ve never owned a phone before, it’s easy to get lost in the complexity of it.”
Another said, “I can’t imagine being without it.
I really enjoy it.”
And one commenter offered up this sage advice: “It is the most amazing phone you’ve ever had.”
The problem is, there’s nothing to recommend it.
As a result, many people are hesitant to buy it — or even attempt to.
They’re probably buying it on impulse, and it’s hard to know how to navigate that impulse.
Here are the top 3 mistakes people make when buying an iPhone.
Don’t trust the company’s price.
Most people are unaware of the difference between the average price of an iPhone and its actual retail price.
This isn’t a huge problem, but if you’re planning on spending a lot, it could lead to a lot of wasted money.
If you’re a buyer, you might not know this.
But if you don’t know the actual price, you’re going to spend more than the average.
In other words, the actual retail value of the iPhone is more important than the price.
In most cases, the iPhone’s actual retail cost is much higher than its advertised price.
Even if the actual cost is $600, it can be much more expensive than the advertised price, which means you’re more likely to spend it than you’re worth.
A quick search on eBay for “iPhone” returns more than half a million listings, but it doesn’t tell you the actual MSRP.
Instead, you’ll see listings that list the retail price as a “base price,” which means the retail value is much lower.
To get an idea of the actual actual retail values, we asked some of the biggest names in tech to weigh in on this question.
Here’s what they had to tell us: Apple: “We’re not in a position to provide you with any sales or marketing guidance or data that you may need to make an informed decision.”
This is a big step backward from the days of AppleInsider, when we would often ask Apple if they had any insight into the actual value of an item.
But Apple doesn’t provide a lot in the way of real-time sales and marketing guidance.
Apple also doesn’t make any kind of sales or promotions available to customers.
So you might get a quote from a major company that promises to sell a million iPhones within a year.
But you can’t just walk into a store and pick up one of these iPhones and say, “We sold 5 million last year!”
And it’s possible that you’re getting the wrong phone.
Apple’s own sales data also shows that Apple has sold far fewer iPhones in the last year than it has in the previous seven years.
This means that the actual average selling price of the product could be far lower than the retail prices.
The company did provide a price breakdown of the phones it sold in 2015, though, which revealed that they’re actually much cheaper than they appeared on the Apple website.
Apple CEO Tim Cook has said that he wants Apple to be the most competitive smartphone company on the planet.
However, in his eyes, it is hard to sell an iPhone at a lower price than it would be sold for, because you can sell it for a lower cost.
“We are at the point now where we’re not really going to be able to do a mass market with it,” Cook said in March.
Apple did, however, make it easier for customers to buy an iPhone for as low as $649, and if you buy one from the Apple Store, you can save even more.
Google: “The iPhone is the best smartphone you can buy for its size and price.
We believe the iPhone will remain the best-selling smartphone for years to come.”
This statement might not be entirely true.
Apple has a long history of selling phones at a higher price than other smartphones.
But Google’s Android smartphone platform, which runs on Google’s own operating system, is also the most popular among consumers.
Google also has a clear advantage over Apple in terms of its user base.
According to a study by the research firm IDC, Google had over 50 million Android phones sold in 2016, while Apple sold around 60 million iPhone phones.
And Apple sold just over 65 million iPhones in 2016.
So Google has a strong advantage in the smartphone market.
Google doesn’t have to compete directly with Apple, and the company has made clear that it doesn’s not going to take the iPhone down any time soon.
Google’s Pixel phone, which has a higher-end, 4K display and faster processors, is more affordable than the iPhone, and Google’s upcoming Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL are expected to be even more expensive