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Report: US iPhone install base up by 4M despite Apple selling 15M fewer smartphones during holiday quarter

[2019-02-07 17:49:39]

A new report from CIRP today offers its estimate for how many iPhones Apple sold during its 2018 holiday quarter (fiscal Q1 2019). While the good news includes the US installed iPhone base rising to 189 million devices, CIRP says quarterly iPhone sales dropped by 15 million year over year. The post Report: US iPhone install base up by 4M despite Apple selling 15M fewer smartphones during holiday quarter appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Report: US iPhone install base up by 4M despite Apple selling 15M fewer smartphones during holiday quarter


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