Apple: sales down 20% year-on-year, and the blame would be on the iPhone XS Max
After the data released by Tim Cook last week | Apple: estimates of the decline in revenues in the first quarter of fiscal 2019 | and in the expectation of a quarterly month-end, today we would like to report Counterpoint Research (link in SOURCE) that takes a photo of the last year Apple narrowing the field of observation to only the iPhone.
According to the numbers, the iPhone sales fell by a total of 20% between November 2017 and November 2018 considering the same three main models. In addition, iPhone XR, despite the controversy and the discussions in the network, the smartphones Apple sold in the month of November 2018, but he scores a -5% compared to sales of the iPhone 8 in the same period in 2017.
Also interesting is the data associated to the iPhone XS, always on a year-on-year in the same month of November, see a +3% in sales compared to the iPhone 8 Plus.Apple iPhone XR is available online from the Tiger Shop to 681 euro, or from ePrice to 779 euros. Apple iPhone XS is available online, by Phone Strike Shop 889 euro or from ePrice to 1,068 euros. Apple iPhone XS Max is available online from the Phone Strike the Shop at 980 euros, or from ePrice to 1,144 euros. Available on : iPhone XR 725 euro, the iPhone XS 900 euro and iPhone XS ' Max 1,093 euros.(update-08 January 2019, 08:46)CLICK HERE TO CONTINUE READING