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The company's recent sales challenges have less to do with pricing for its new flagship iPhones than with breaking from its traditional formula of keeping the prior year's flagship iPhone around at a discount.
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Among other things, the software giant's performance in recent years drives home the importance of good leadership and the long-term value of "legacy" platforms.
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