The following is an excerpt from ASHRAF EASSA | January 28, 2018 | ibtimes.com |
Research firm Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) recently published a research report (via MacRumors) showing the proportion of each Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone model sold in the United States during the quarter ending in December 2017.
Here's the breakdown:
iPhone 8 -- 24%.
iPhone 8 Plus -- 17%.
iPhone X -- 20%.
All other iPhones (iPhone SE, iPhone 6s-series, iPhone 7-series) -- 39%.
The iPhone X was the second-most-popular model in the United States after the standard iPhone 8. The iPhone 8 Plus was the least popular of the trio, though it still commanded a respectable amount of iPhone-sales share in the region.
The question that's worth asking, then, is the following: Is the iPhone X a success in the United States?
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