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Tuesday, 24 April 2018

You like the retro: the iPhone 8 sells more than the iPhone X



The CIRP company has analyzed the market and published a report on the sales of each iPhone model in March 2018 in a more than interesting statistical graph.

As we already knew beforehand, the iPhone 8 continues to be more successful than the iPhone X. The details indicate that the demand for iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus is much higher than the demand for iPhone X.

What's more, sales of the iPhone X have been falling during the month of March 2018. On the other hand, it is worth mentioning that perhaps the launch of the iPhone 8 (PRODUCT) RED could increase the demand for this model even more.


The iPhone 8 is Apple's most popular smartphone

According to the data of CIRP, the iPhone 8 has seized 23% of Apple's sales in the first four months of Apple. For its part, the iPhone 8 Plus has reached 21% while the iPhone X of 1,000 euros has only reached 16% of its market share in the ecosystem of the bitten apple. And its sales continue to decline .

    "The iPhone X has fallen from 20% to 16% since the end of last year. The iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus have relatively increased their sales. "


Apple sales in March 2018

Next, we share the CIRP analytical graph with the statistics on the demand of each iPhone model during the month of March 2018.


In the graph we see clearly how, individually, the sales of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are much higher than those of the iPhone X. Another curious fact, the demand of the iPhone SE is still above the demand of the iPhone 7 Plus, a smartphone of more advanced generation.
Definitely…

Consumers were waiting for changes in the design of the iPhone for years, but the iPhone X has not had the sales success that was expected. This does nothing but prove one thing: Apple was wrong with the renewal of the design of the iPhone 10th anniversary . Although perhaps the reading may be another. Is a smartphone too expensive?

Via | 9to5mac 

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