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Kuo: iPhone 11 demand better than expectations, stronger interest for new color options

[2019-09-15 22:47:47]

Respected Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo released a report late on Sunday that said he believes iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro order demand is ahead of expectations, following the launch of preorders on Friday. Basing his predictions largely off of Apple’s online shipping estimates, Kuo points out strong demand for the new colors: the midnight green iPhone 11 Pro, and the green and purple iPhone 11 models. He also warns that production problems of the glass for the midnight green phone means availability of that model is currently constrained. The post Kuo: iPhone 11 demand better than expectations, stronger interest for new color options appeared first on 9to5Mac.

Kuo: iPhone 11 demand better than expectations, stronger interest for new color options


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