This chart shows a trend that Apple needs to reverse (AAPL)
Apple might have a little dilemma on its hands.
According to Google Trends, people are more interested in the older iPhone 6 from 2014 than the iPhone 6s that was released in 2015.
Sure, the margin of interest between the iPhone 6 and 6s is pretty narrow. But aren’t the cool new devices meant to be getting more attention than older models?
It’s actually not surprising that the iPhone 6s generated less excitement than the iPhone 6. The iPhone 6s offered incremental improvements, like a 12-megapixel camera compared to the 8-megapixel shooter on the 6, as well as features like Live Photos and a 3D Touch screen, which ultimately ended up being pretty modest additions. The new camera with more megapixels didn’t really make that much of a difference, and Live Photos and the features associated with 3D Touch were essentially non-events.
So, unsurprisingly, people aren’t…
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