Apple’s iPhone 13 Series record, sales of more than 40 million phones in the festival season


Apple’s festival season has been great in terms of sales. The company has sold millions of iPhones worldwide during the festival season. The company launched the iPhone 13 series in September 2021 in which the iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max were launched. Smartphones of this series have been sold well all over the world and in the festival season itself, the company has made a record by selling crores of units of its smartphones.

PhoneArena’s One Report According to Wedbush analyst Daniel Ives, Apple has sold more than 40 million iPhone 13 models in the 2021 festival season. Along with this, one thing has also come to the fore in the report about the market capitalization of Apple. It has been said that soon the market capitalization of the company will reach 3 trillion dollars.

Analyst says that with Apple iPhone 13, the company’s momentum will continue in 2022 as well. The sale of iPhone 13 is expected to increase in the new year. This will also happen because the demand for the iPhone 13 series was very high in the fourth quarter of 2021 but the company was not able to meet the supply. Due to the Corona epidemic, the effect of chip shorts was seen around the world, due to which Apple also had to bear the loss. The company could not meet the demand of 12 million iPhone 13 units in the last 3 months of last year. This means that for the 12 million customers in the market who wanted to buy the iPhone 13, there was a lack of supply from the company.

Research has said that the demand for iPhone 13 handsets will remain constant till the middle of 2022. To put it in other words, Apple’s iPhone 13 series has proved to be a hit series. Due to popularity, customers will continue to like this series until the Apple iPhone 14 series does not knock in the market. Analyst says that the company can launch Apple iPhone 14 series by September 2022. But till then the demand for iPhone 13 will remain intact.