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Apple has a problem it doesn’t want to talk about


( CNN) The epoch of rapid iPhone rise purposed years ago. Now Apple is making a change to ensure it doesn’t have to talk as much about that problem.

Daniel Ives, an analyst with Wedbush, called the bulletin a “jaw dropper” in an investor note Friday morning, especially because Apple is at a “critical juncture.” He said Apple is trying to make up for slowing unit marketings rise by charging more for its lineup of devices.

Sure enough, in the three months culminating in September, Apple sold only shy of 47 million iPhones, representing 0% growing in the number of smartphones sold from the prior year. In future quarterss, the increasing numbers of iPhones Apple sells could diminish — but we probably won’t know about it.

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