Apple’s supply issues impacting the iPhone are mostly resolved, and this means the device is finally up for grabs with same or next-day delivery in the majority of regions out there.
In China, the new iPhone generation is believed to be one of the models aiding the recovery of the entire phone market, with a research note released by UBS analysts revealing that iPhone sales went up no more, no less than 88 percent in December versus the previous month.
On the other hand, the local brands improved by just 21 percent, and this shows that the demand for the iPhone remains strong.
Apple finally managed to resolve supply chain issues, and once the iPhone inventory was secured, the company’s shipments took off in the country.
On the other hand, it’s not all just milk and honey for Apple.
The analysts reveal that Apple’s sales fell 28 percent year-over-year, whereas the local brands lost just 23 percent.
“The iPhone sell-in strength is encouraging, it is important to … (read more)