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.
iPhone 11 and 11 Pro: two Good reasons to think about a good Christmas
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.