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Q: China mainlanders' reaction to Reuter's comments on iPhone8's price. What mind thinks like that?

http://a.mp.uc.cn/article.html?from=msg&uc_param_str=frdnsnpfvecpntnwprdsssnikt#!wm_aid=d6257069711c44debfee679aa8cbb0e3!!wm_id=18b01a903acc4670bd6e794eedb98014  (dalu article)

Cate Cadell's original article    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-apple-iphone-china/lucky-8-1000-price-tag-dampens-iphone-enthusiasm-in-china-idUSKCN1BM0LN

 

Title of dalu article: Reuters trashes usd 1000 iPhone8. Says Chinese can't afford it. 

 

Netizens response  --  laowais use angering tactic to sell their product. It is a trap, the same trick used in car sales.

 

What do you think Reuters mean?

How would you call daluren's type of thinking, or mindset?

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Firstly, the $999 price is for the iPhone X, pronounced iPhone Ten, the iPhone 8 starts at $649 and the 8 Plus $100 higher. Secondly, the Chinese have paid premium prices for 'Face' products, which they really can't afford, for years. I also believe that not only the Chinese, but, most people, internationally will have to decide if any phone is worth over $1,000. 

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this new one recognises Face,,, and thereby gives Face too!   They'll sell like Hotcakes!  

*besides,,, they're not really phones anymore,,, they're just little pocket computers.

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