6 iPhone sales by the end of the first quarter of 2015 will exceed 200 million units




Orders chipsets for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in the I quarter of 2015 exceeded 50 million units, according to Digitimes. According to the newspaper, the demand for the new Apple smartphone will remain consistently high until at least early next year.


The growth rate of the relevant orders for chips “sixes” in I quarter will be as high as in the IV quarter of 2014, indicating a high demand on both the iPhone 6, and on the iPhone 6 Plus. Apple asked the suppliers to prepare appropriate materials for the production in the amount of up to 200-250 million units. Of these, approximately 30-40 million shares will go to Apple Watch.

Less chipsets for “smart” hours of supplies should be sufficient to produce more than 200 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which corresponds to the plans of Apple’s shipments identical models, with the Californian giant can reach this goal much sooner than anticipated.

Commenting on the record sales of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, Apple CEO Tim Cook said: “Sales of new smartphones exceeded all of our expectations and we could not even imagine a better result. We want to thank our customers for their best start in the history of sales and record, far surpassing the previous achievements. Despite the fact that our team was able to achieve incredible success in increasing production volumes, we could sell a lot more new iPhone if stocks, and at the moment we are working hard, as soon as possible to fulfill the received orders. ”


Apple, recall, began selling the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in September and immediately set an absolute record: just 3 days sold more than 10 million vehicles. Now the device is available in 30 countries by the end of the year they will be offered in 115 countries.

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