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There’s little interest in upgrading to the iPhone 13, a Piper Sandler survey shows

Visitors look at Apple Inc. iPhones and iPads on display at the SK Telecom Co. T Factory flagship store in Seoul, South Korea, June 11, 2021.
SeongJoon Cho | Bloomberg | Getty Images

Consumers aren't making plans to buy or upgrade to Apple's new iPhone when it comes out later this year, Piper Sandler found.

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