Apple iPhone were down 20 % yearly in November 2018: Counterpoint
Apple iPhone sales were down 20 per cent on an yearly basis in the month of November, even as the iPhone XR was the best-selling model, showed Counter
Posted 8 months ago in Other.
3 Unique Visitors
Apple iPhone sales were down 20 per cent on an yearly basis for the month of November 2018, though the iPhone XR was the best-selling model, according to a new report by Counterpoint research. The numbers come as Apple has slashed revenue forecast for the first quarter of 2019 (October to December 2018), a rare miss for the technology giant.
According to Counterpoint, sale of new iPhone (iPhone XR, XS and XS Max) were down over 20 per cent on year-over-year basis compared to the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X launches in 2017.
While iPhone XR was acknowledged as the best-selling iPhone model in November 2018, Counterpoint says that in comparison in November 2017, the more expensive iPhone X was the best-selling model. The iPhone X had almost 50 per cent higher volume compared to the newer iPhone XR, claims the research firm, despite sporting a price tag of $999 compared to $799 for the latter.