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Apple, The Iphone X, and The Future Of Pricing Luxury Products

Meta Description: The pricing of luxury is changing. We take a look at the iPhone X, Apple, and what it means for how, why, and what we pay for.

If you are interested in the world of technology, there are a few different domains of specialization. Of course, you have home devices like PCs, 3D printers, and so much more, but you will find that fixed hardware is gradually being superseded by mobile devices, and this is not a recent occurrence.

You will find that portable devices are starting to rival fixed hardware when it comes to price too, which is something that would not have been anticipated a decade ago. While the iPhone was expensive when it first came out in 2007, it hadn’t reached the price of a high-performance laptop or desktop.

The iPhone X & Breaking The Rules

With the introduction of the iPhone X, Apple has seemingly broken the rules of the free market. In a move of industrial brilliance, Apple has created demand not because of a low price point, but because of a high one.

The iPhone X’s expense and exclusivity play a large part in its popularity, but just how much of one? Unfortunately, that is a question for another day, as we are here to look at a related matter. When you go out and buy a smartphone, there are a few things that you will want:

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Tips to Prepare for Your First Business Trip

Working for a company, especially a successful one where its name is known and heard throughout its industry, can mean many things for you as its employee. One of the things that you’re bound to experience at some point is travelling overseas for your company, representing its name, its owners, and all of the members of its workforce in a conference that you are being sent to.


How to Validate Your Startup Idea? (Infographic)

Right after I passed my high school, like most of the people, my dad suggested opting for a proper job, instead of starting my own business.

I with due respect enrolled in a 9-5 job. For the first 6 months, I learned a lot, and trust me, I being here, has a lot to do with my early job.

My job was in an ecommerce store. As a junior developer, I was quite thrilled by the origin of extensive websites every day. So, I studied all that was necessary to make a website and just after I completed my first year, I resigned to start something of my own.

Now if you are an Entrepreneur or a small startup you can relate to my story. Starting something is quite easy but to keep it open is the hard part.

If your startup failed, it’s because it didn’t solve a tier 1 problem for a large enough audience. As a young Entrepreneur or anyone who is fresh from college, you need to focus on something that can go on the long run.

The most successful Entrepreneurs are ones that minimize the risk of failure. In a research, it was concluded that more than 83% of the startups fail within the first 5 years.

What makes a startup succeed or fail? Is it the idea or the execution? Is it the passion or hard work?

Before you blame anyone for your startup failure, take out some time to analyze what went wrong.

To get the best of your startup you first need to validate your idea. Yes, you heard me right, before you even start making logos or crushing your creativity for your website, you need to spare some time and see whether your idea is really worth it or not.

There are several ways in which you can validate an idea, but you need to choose something that has worked for others and is tried and tested.

You need to gauge your brilliant idea with against some factors. What are these factors? Well, if you have asked this question a few years back, I would have denied, but now with so much transparency over the internet, everyone loves to share how they went from being zero to number one.

I am not here to brag about my successor to dictate you on anything that is superficies, but instead, I am here to help you out with your startup.

Here Branex – a digital design agency from Toronto came up with a mind-blowing infographic on how to validate your startup idea without spending a dime?

I am a serial Entrepreneur, so I have seen both sides of the coin. The success, and the failure. And trust me, when I say, validate your business idea before you jump into the river of the unknown, it is always advisable to gauge the level of the sea.   This infographic does the job for you. Check it out. Execute it. And launch your dream idea. And yes, best of luck!

Original Source of Infographic – Branex