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Apple expecting iPhone 11 sales to beat 2018 models, but not by much – analyst

[2019-09-09 11:17:47]

An analysis of supply chain readiness suggests that Apple is expecting initial iPhone 11 sales to outstrip those of the iPhone XS/XS Max/XR — but not by a large margin. Looking specifically at the launch period, Apple suppliers appear to be gearing up for initial sales of 75 million units, which is only slightly higher than the same period last year… The post Apple expecting iPhone 11 sales to beat 2018 models, but not by much – analyst appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Apple expecting iPhone 11 sales to beat 2018 models, but not by much – analyst


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