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How Apple tricks our brains into accepting high prices [link]

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Well, (Chinese) webshops use more or less the same technique albeit with a different purpose:
"Look, this thing usually costs 1550 euros, but today it will only cost you 160 euros!"

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Wherever you go, you just know you're getting brainwashed one way or the other :lol:

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No one tricks no one. If you watched full WWDC on FB2Mate, you would see that Apple builds high quality products that people can trust and they will pay you high prices too. The problem is very few companies focus on quality nowadays because it’s easiest to be said than done since they only think in terms of profit.

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On 6/24/2019 at 4:39 AM, Thereinto said:

No one tricks no one. If you watched full WWDC on FB2Mate, you would see that Apple builds high quality products that people can trust and they will pay you high prices too. The problem is very few companies focus on quality nowadays because it’s easiest to be said than done since they only think in terms of profit.

 

High Quality.. Have you see the butterfly keyboard problem? The battery recall?
https://support.apple.com/en-ca/15-inch-macbook-pro-battery-recall

Excellent quality m8..


The only thing they make good is their designs (aluminum body shells, displays, etc).. In any case, they don't even manufacture their own stuff. It's manufactured by the same companies everyone else uses.. It's just Apple's designs are good.

Their hardware itself is complete trash and previous gen. I quote the apple site right now: "(NEW) 13-in MBP" -> 8th Gen CPU.. 9th Gen used in other laptops..

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