Survey shows iPhone 11 series is very popular but high-end models are less popular
27
Jan 2020

Kirsten Thomas

Survey shows iPhone 11 series is very popular but high-end models are less popular

Apple's new iPhone series in 2019 has performed well in CIRP sales research reports. According to the report, the iPhone 11 series in the United States accounted for 69% of all iPhone sales between October and December last year, and the most popular of these was the lower-tier iPhone 11 with 39% of sales.

Compared with 2018, last year's new phone performed better, because in their 2018 research report, the iPhone XS series and iPhone XR accounted for only 65% ​​of all iPhone sales, but there were still data in the data at the time. iPhone 7 and iP

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In addition, it can be seen from the report that consumers ’willingness to purchase high-end iPhones decreased significantly last year. In 2018, the highest-end iPhone XS Max occupied the highest sales proportion; but this year ’s iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Together, Max still loses the proportion of sales of the lower-tier iPhone 11, and most users who purchase iPhone 11 or older have chosen the lowest 64GB storage capacity.