Sales of the iPhone 13 family continues to be robust in the United States, a survey indicates, with Apple benefitting from high early demand for the new models, and supply issues affecting competitors.
Demand for iPhone 13 still eclipsing iPhone 12 launch in the United States
In October’s financial results, Apple CEO Tim Cook commented that the iPhone 13 is seeing “robust” demand but with low supply chain channel inventory. In a survey of US iPhone sales, it seems that Apple is still doing well, especially against its rivals.The survey by Wave7 Research in October indicates robust sales are continuing for the iPhone 13 range, according to JP Morgan in a note to investors seen by AppleInsider. Incremental data points supports JPM’s “positive outlook for iPhone 13 demand into CY22,” with estimates of record volumes for a product cycle that “eclipses the iPhone 12 cycle.”