Apple iPhone 7 Sales: A Whooping Rise in the Offing

Apple iPhone 7 sales records are not even similar to what was predicted. 100 million devices are expected to be produced and sold by the end of this year.

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As T-Mobile (TMUS) and Sprint(S), the two U.S. carriers announced this Tuesday about the pre-booking for the Apple’s latest model iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, another source claims that the company aims to produce nearly 100 million iPhone 7 devices by the end of December, 2016. The pre-orders are supposed to be four-times higher from the previous two devices i.e, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6S.

This has completely overturned the production scenario making it to be drastically higher than what had been predicted earlier. Apple iPhone 7 photos were released by the company a few days back to show off the camera performance.

According to Digitimes, the Apple iPhone 7 sales are much better than expected. This report is parallel to what the U.S. carrier reports states. The source communicated that the initial orders of iPhone 7 were 15%-25% less as compared to iPhone 6S. But the scenario is not the same anymore. There is a hike in the sales structure to counter with the demand.

Earlier reports stated that Apple aimed to produce within the range of 72-78 million devices. Currently, the reports suggest that by mid-October Apple will have a much better idea regarding the current demand and accordingly they will come up with an accurate range.

It was for the first time in the entire iPhone history that Apple did not release its opening weekend sales figures this year. The company stated that Apple iPhone 7 sales early on would completely depend on the demand and not on its supply. Earlier in the month of July, the company people were of the opinion that they might be disappointed with the sales but the present scenario has a different story to tell.


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