And given the debut of the new-generation iPhone is expected to take place in September, we already have the first forecasts regarding the sales the new model could record.
Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says he’s seeing evidence that indicates the demand for the iPhone 14 could be higher than the one recorded by iPhone 13.
In theory, this isn’t necessarily a surprise, especially given the iPhone 13 sales have been hit by the component shortage, but Kuo says Chinese retailers are required to pay a higher prepaid deposit to make sure they have enough iPhone 14 supply.
iPhone 14 expected to launch in September
As a result, it looks like everybody is confident the iPhone 14 would be a hit.
“The demand for iPhone 14 in the Chinese market may be stronger than that of the iPhone 13 from the viewpoints of distr… (read more)
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