Apple smiles thanks to sales recorded from the iPhone 13 range at Christmas. Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives believes that Apple sold over 40 million iPhone 13 during the Christmas holiday period: this is a record for the company, which comes despite the shortage.
In the research note sent to investors, Ives notes that demand is set to remain strong throughout 2022: “Based on our supply chain controls in recent weeks, we believe that demand is exceeding Apple’s supply of about 12 million units
China has been the driving force behind this growth, which remains one of Apple’s main sources of strength as well as a key region for iPhone sales.
Ives also notes that some 230 million users out of 975 million have not updated in the last three and a half years and probably many will wait for the iPhone 14 lineup that apparently will not have the notch.
A few hours ago, the first rumors about the Apple Strategy for 2022 emerged, with so much possible products.