iPhone 11 Demand Strong in the US, But Don’t Call This Model a Winner Just Yet
Apple no longer provides any figures on how many iPhones it sells in the first weekend on the market or in a specific quarter, but data provided by analysts worldwide sometime help draw a clear picture over how new models perform.
UBS analyst Timothy Arcuri says demand for the new iPhone 11 is “decent” overall, but expectations are low anyway, according to a note to clients published by SA.
More importantly, the iPhone 11 generation appears to be more successful in the United States, where the analyst says the device is experience “strong” demand. However, Arcuri explains that Apple suppliers are still handling the whole thing cautiously, as they are “conservative” regarding their production plans for the iPhone.
iPhone 11, a top-selling model