40 million iPhone 13 is predicted to sell over the end of 2021


Apple is estimated to have successfully sold 40 million iphone 13 units from various variants during the holiday season 2021, even though there are various scarcity components.

This is an estimate of the analyst of Wedbush named Daniel Ives, who also called the request of the iPhone 13 will still strengthen to 2022. The number of market demand for the iPhone 13 is also estimated to be higher than the supply that can be fulfilled by Apple in December.

"Based on checking the supply chain for several weeks, we believe the market demand is higher than the supply that Apple can be fulfilled, which reaches 12 million units in the December quarter," Ives said.

According to him China also became the main power source of Apple for 12 months back, and became the key to the iPhone sales. This market increase occurred because of the large cycle of iphone change experienced by iPhone 12 and iPhone 13.

The big cycle of the iPhone's change referred to by the Ives is 230 million from 975 million iPhone users worldwide which did not replace its iPhone for the past 3.5 years.

It is trusted by Ives will make the sale of this iPhone 13 so dart, and create a user's interest in the Apple Mixed Reality Headset, which reportedly will be released next summer.

In addition to the iPhone, Ives also estimated the value of Apple services such as Apple Music, iCloud, Apple TV +, and Apple Fitness + is currently worth USD 1.5 trillion, aka half of Apple's recently reached USD 3 trillion, namely being the first company In the world that reached the highest valuation at 2022.

In the sales session Monday (3/1), Apple shares had touched the number of USD 182.86 per share before closing at USD 182.01. When multiplied by 16.4 billion shares circulating, Apple's value is around USD 3 trillion.

This number is more than Valuation of AT & T, Boeing, Coca-Cola, Comcast, Disney, Exxon, Ford, Goldman Sachs, IBM, McDonald's, Morgan Stanley, Netflix, Nike, and Walmart - combined.

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