The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro dominated Apple’s Christmas sales, according to CIRP estimates

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The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro dominated Apple's Christmas sales, according to CIRP estimates
The iPhone 11 and 11 Pro dominated Apple's Christmas sales, according to CIRP estimates

There is still a week to go before Apple’s financial results for the Christmas fiscal quarter, but all indications are that it will be good news. A previous report from CIRP (Consumer Intelligence Research Partners) tells us that iPhone 11 and 11 Pro accounted for approximately 69% of all smartphone sales last quarter in the U.S.

In fact, the iPhone 11 is the sales leader with 39% of the total, followed by the 11 Pro, which takes the remaining 30%. But if we put together the sales of the 11 Pro and the 11 Pro Max we get 15% of total sales, which is quite a good thing. All these figures are focused on the United States, although in the rest of the world we could be facing the same trend.

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iPhone Models US Sales Mix
iPhone Models US Sales Mix
US Average Weighted Retail Price
US Average Weighted Retail Price

From these estimates, we can determine an approximate average selling price for the iPhone goes up to about $809, It’s more than the estimated $783 last year, but it doesn’t reach the $839 we saw last December. Remember that these are always CIRP estimates and not official numbers: Apple has stopped specifying the specific amount of iPhone sold.

Tim Cook visits Ireland to receive an award for the 40 years that Apple has invested in the country
Tim Cook visits Ireland to receive an award for the 40 years that Apple has invested in the country
We will know if all these estimates are accurate on January 28, when Tim Cook and Apple’s CFO Luca Maestri reveal the final revenue figures. Investments and shareholders: although we can never be sure, we believe that it was a good Christmas for Apple.

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