The new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus sold like crazy, although not officially available. This is hardly surprising, but in a statement, the company offers a perspective on preorders and said that at this rate, will be broken last year’s record.
We put this in numbers and add that the giants of Cupertino predict will weekly sales will exceed 10 million. Obviously, the interest for pre-order this year was astounding and has already sold shares globally.
Apple doesn’t give any forecasts for pre-orders, but noted that last year were sold 4 million iPhones in the first 24 hours. Yet one thing is clear, all stocks are exhausted and, this year the initial deployment includes China as well as record sales.
Another piece of information we received is that the increased interest in Plus, this year due to the guarantee for – fast delivery. We will have – a clear picture of how successful will be the session as availability date September 25 is approaching.
BTIG Research analysts argue that actually Apple could achieve sales of 80 million by the end of this year. Last year during the same period, the number was around 74 million, so that this information sounds completely realistic. Another analysis shows that 70% of current users of the iPhone, still use their devices by 2013 or even – older models, and the addition of 3D Touch technology will definitely be a strong incentive for many of them.
Judging by past experience, Apple will probably give a little more light on the initial sales around September 28th, so stay tuned for details.Source: GSMARENA