New software updates, such as the iOS 10 update, could have a big impact on how consumers react to a major issue, said Jim Murphy, chief technology officer at ticketmaster.
The software could be “the catalyst that’s going to cause people to upgrade their software and then we’ll see how people react to the upgrade,” he said.
It’s not a very common event.” “
I think that’s an important thing to note.
It’s not a very common event.”
Some analysts said that ticketmaster might need to increase its price for new iPhones to keep people buying more.
“The biggest impact on consumers will come with the price of the iPhone X,” said Peter Mancini, chief executive of research firm eMarketer.
“So if you’re an iPhone buyer and you see the price going up to $2,000, I think that could cause you to rethink your upgrade.
It could cause the number of people that are buying iPhones to go up by even more.”
Ticketmaster will begin offering customers the option to upgrade for free, but it may take some time before the upgrade becomes a standard option.
“Our primary focus is going to be on delivering the best experiences for our customers and our partners,” Murphy said.
Ticketmaster is also planning to launch an iPhone upgrade plan, which it said will include new software updates.
The company said that while its customers have been upgrading for more than two years, it had not made any changes to the pricing for the upgrade plan.
For instance, customers will be able to upgrade from iOS 10 to iOS 11, but not iOS 12.
“We have always priced iOS upgrades with the iPhone version being the base price,” Murphy told The Wall St. Journal.
“But we have decided that the price that we are going to price for the iPhone upgrade will be iOS 11 and not iOS 10.”
The price change comes on the heels of the U.S. government’s announcement that it would make a $1 billion investment in Ticketmaster’s network to bolster its cybersecurity.
In October, Ticketmaster announced it would begin to upgrade its systems to help keep criminals out of the system and prevent them from stealing customers’ money.
The upgrade would include software updates that could potentially improve the security of the network, the company said.
On Monday, Ticketmasters CEO Patrick Bresnan said he is confident that the upgrade is a good step forward.
“With a $5 billion investment, we are able to increase the capacity of the Ticketmaster platform, and our ability to provide customers with the best online experience,” Bresnean said in a statement.
“This is an important step forward for Ticketmaster and for the cybersecurity community as a whole.”
He added that he believes “we are on the right track.”
“As we look to the future, we believe this investment will help us move beyond this initial crisis,” Breman said.