Apple launched its newest iPhone models on September 10 soon after it was launched in the United States. The first carnet of the models appeared on sale. A consumer survey showed which models were preferred and how much. Especially the iPhone 11 sales and R sales were among the details that attract attention in the report.
A consumer survey by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners revealed which models iPhone buyers prefer in the third quarter of the year. Although the launch of new models coincided with the end of the third quarter of the year, consumers' preferences drew attention.
According to the survey, 9 percent of consumers preferred the iPhone 11 model. 6 percent preferred the iPhone 11 Pro model, while 4 percent chose the iPhone 11 Pro Max. The majority of sales in the third quarter. 36 percent of consumers prefer the iPhone XR model.
Even though the iPhone XR sales account for almost half of the iPhone sales, the iPhone 11 family accounts for 20 percent of the sales. Because the forecasts suggest that the models corresponding to the last quarter of the quarter will increase their success in the next quarter. At the same time, the iPhone 11 family accounts for half of the iPhone 11 sales, which clearly demonstrates consumers' preferences.
According to the survey, consumers are turning to the iPhone 11 and iPhone XR, which are more affordable than the iPhone 11 Pro and the XS family. Forecasts suggest that this trend will continue in the future.