Apple Watch sale are on the rise with Apple CEO Tim Cook saying they climbed 50% during the company’s fourth fiscal quarter.
Apple isn’t going to share quarterly unit sales numbers for the iPhone, iPad, and Mac starting with its first fiscal quarter of 2019.
Insider sources say the 2018 iPhone line could see shipments between 70 million and 75 million by year’s end, in line with the iPhone 6 record breaking launch.
Apple’s iPhone 8 was the top selling smartphone in May 2018, according to Counterpoint Research. Samsung’s Galaxy S9 Plus came in second, followed by iPhone X.
John Martellaro and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to talk about the perception that iPhone X sales are tanking, plus they explain Siri’s hierarchy in deciding when it should respond from your iPhone, iPad, or HomePod.
Bryan Chaffin and Andrew Orr join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on Apple’s plans for iOS 12, plus they discuss the debate surrounding iPhone X sales.
iPhone X sales are either horrible or great, depending on who you ask, and supply chain sources aren’t helping sort that out.
AppAnnie also found that Netflix was the top grossing app by customer spend.
If the App Store keeps growing like this, by 2019 the total iOS economy will be worth US$500 billion dollars.
The market is proof that even though Android is the leader in number of devices sold, iPhone is king when it comes to sales.
Apple sold 5.3 million Macs during its fourth fiscal quarter for 2017 and CEO Tim Cook credited that to new laptop models.
Apple Watch shipments are expected to hit 15 million units in 2017, and jump to 20 million next year.