Apple has already sold 2 billion iPhones since its launch in 2007
IPhones are among the world’s best-selling smartphones each year, and Apple shipments are believed to have recently exceeded two billion units since the series launched in 2007.
While active iPhone users are more than a billion in the world according to Apple figures, the American giant would have recently sold its 2 billionth smartphone since the launch of the very first iPhone in 2007.
According to a report by Horace Dediu of Asymco, the United States would represent 60% of Apple’s market share. According to the analyst and a Sellcell study, Apple’s success can be explained by a high Android abandonment rate, since iPhone users are more loyal. For example, more than 14% of U.S. citizens surveyed have switched to the iPhone in the past two years.
IPhone 13 will boost Apple sales
Apple sells over a hundred million iPhones a year, and the numbers continue to increase. Last year’s iPhone 12 was a real commercial success, as it made Apple the leader in 5G, far ahead of Samsung. However, it should be remembered that although iPhones are selling very well, Apple recently collapsed to 4th place in the smartphone market, far behind Xiaomi.
Although prices soar to 1839 euros, the iPhone 13 seems to follow the same path as its predecessor, since the opening of pre-orders was not easy. Indeed, users were faced with out of stock, extended delays and the Apple site even crashed.
Apple can also count on sales of models from previous generations, the price of which fell after the release of the iPhone 13. Customers with less means can also turn to the iPhone SE 2020, the “affordable” model at 489 euros. from the American manufacturer. Currently, Apple offers the largest number of smartphones in its history, since there are 24 different references for sale on the official website.. This includes the different storage configurations of iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13, iPhone 12, iPhone 11, and iPhone SE. Customers therefore have a lot of choice, which should help boost sales.