Despite problems such as a lack of supply and blended reviews, the iPhone 13 is turning into a success for Apple.
Customers are buying the iPhone 13 series, although many of them have said that there is almost nothing new on the iPhone 12 last year. That is why Apple will sell more than 80 million iPhone 13 series versions this holiday quarter, which is Apple’s first fiscal quarter of 2022. That number is not very encouraging for the iPhone maker, but it is in the midst of a shortage of cars which has become the first time delivery of the iPhone 13.
Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives, in his latest statement to investors seen by AppleInsider, says Apple is on track to sell roughly 40 million iPhone 13 versions between Black Friday and Christmas. This is despite the reduction in deliveries of the iPhone 13 versions due to component shortage. Although some analysts believe that delivery rates are balanced, Apple has not yet reached the supply-demand balance. But this holiday season, Apple may finally move some speed in iPhone transfers.
In China, there are an estimated 15 million iPhone users who want to upgrade to the iPhone 13, according to Ives. This is a good sign for Apple heading into 2022 in China, where the position of the iPhone 13 stock is a border.
Despite the shortcomings and logistics of Apple’s Rubik’s Cube (and all other technologies, automation, and retail) we are seeing both high demand trends in the US and China for the iPhone 13 which is a positive sign that Apple can surpass Sales of 80 million iPhone versions in the quarter include powerful Pro versions that are looking for higher ASPs, ”Ives said in a statement.
Ives also said that the delivery times for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max continue to expand and as a result the demand is almost 15 per cent higher than what Apple can offer to the market right now. This is in line with a forecast made by JP Morgan describing Apple’s current position around iPhone 13 deliveries in the US, China, Germany, and the UK. The note, however, mentions that delivery rates are slowly balancing for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 models in the US, at least.
Existing supply problems, however, are a “road bump only” in Super Apple’s multi-year application ecosystem.
Ives also noted that Apple expects to sell up to 100 million AirPods in its holiday quarter. Apple redesigned the AirPods line after two years with third-generation AirPods, which is similar to AirPods Pro but does not have premium features such as active noise cancellation. The bumper sales of AirPods will indicate the strong performance of the wireless headset product, Ives said.