Despite being the most expensive, the iPhone X will be the best-selling iPhone in history -


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Thursday, 7 December 2017

Despite being the most expensive, the iPhone X will be the best-selling iPhone in history

After passing the fear of the launch, not knowing if we could do or not with an iPhone X , it's time to draw conclusions about the first month of Apple's most anticipated phone after the iPhone. Although we will still have to wait for Apple to present its results in the coming months, we can already get an idea of ​​how the launch has been thanks to the reports that are being published by the market analysis firms.

Of course, over the next few days we could find everything. From optimistic reports, to others that are not so optimistic. However, it is very difficult to deny that the first days of the iPhone X have been a success . And not only in sales, but also in how the company has finally managed the production of the new phone, which, although it seems to have exceeded Apple's expectations, is increasingly being delivered faster.

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Specifically, according to the estimates of IHS Markit, one of the most reputable firms, Apple would have achieved, in the first days after the launch, that 3% of all iPhone in the world are iPhone X. In addition, after having had a very good launch in large markets such as the United States or Japan, indicate that Cupertino could sell 88.8 million iPhone X in this last quarter of 2017, surpassing any other model launched so far.

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But that is not all. Thanks to these spectacular figures, the company could break another record in a few months, one that should not make us too funny as consumers. The average price of sale , which would exceed $ 700 for the first time in the history of the iPhone. Again, the question is whether it is worthwhile or not to continue allowing the prices of smartphones to be increasingly high. Personally, I do not think so.

And you, have you already bought an iPhone X?

Via | 9to5Mac 

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