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iPhone 11 Series Has Displayed Strong Demand in the U.S. That It Outpaced All Competing Devices

iPhone 11 Series Demands Is High In The U.S.

Thursday, October 10, 2019

/ by Travis Jones

  • iPhone 11 Series Has Displayed Strong Demand in the U.S. That It Outpaced All Competing Devices
  • iPhone 11 Series Demands Is High In The U.S.



When the news of the iPhone 11 series starts surfacing the expectation were low for them since they posses the same design with the previous models and non 5G support, but hey, after the launch, boom!!, the 2019 models was not expected to get any groundbreaking features, that amazed everyone, which were confirmed when finally launched.
However, Apple vastly improved on the standard features and this is apparently helping the company. That’s why a new report sheds more light on the iPhone 11 demand in the U.S. Meanwhile the iPhone 11 is the least popular model out of the three devices, but things are expected to improve.
According to the latest Counterpoint Research revealed, the initial iPhone 11 demand was so impressive in the U.S. that it outpaced all competing offerings. Retail checks imply that the demand for this year’s handsets was higher than that of predecessors. Out of all the three phones, Counterpoint Research claims that the iPhone 11 Pro Max was the most popular model during the preorders and initial sales period. The iPhone 11 Pro comes next, and surprisingly, the cheapest of the three, the iPhone 11, was the least popular of all and considering its less expensive $699 asking price, that is puzzling.
Keep in mind that, it doesn’t mean that the iPhone 11 demand will remain lower than that of the more premium models. Counterpoint projects it to gain more popularity as time goes by, just like last year when the iPhone XR stole the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max’s thunder after the initial period. Right now though, on account of low demand, the iPhone 11 is abundantly available, while the other models are sometimes short in supply. Although is kind of dishearten challenge seeing the impressive Apple 2019 flagship lacks 5G support, but hey, 5G networks have not gone live in most parts of the world, so iPhone fans might not really care about this aspect.  If the demand does fall down(which is inevitable), the American giant apparently has the iPhone SE 2 as backup, as the low-cost device is hinted to come in Q1 2020. Overall, Counterpoint Research says that the third quarter shipments skewed towards a decline. Since the iPhone 11 demand actually went up, that’s nothing short of remarkable after a few quarters of dwindling sales.
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