Apple iPhone XR Accounts For Nearly Half Of The US iPhone Sales Before The Release Of iPhone 11

CIRP recently published its latest report revealing estimate sales of Apple iPhone models from the second quarter. With the new ranking iPhone XR became the most popular iPhone in the US market before the release of iPhone 11.

The topic of this report is the results of the US iPhone sales in June 2019. iPhone XR easily became the most popular model, accounting for 48 percent of Apple smartphone sales from CIRP data. This ratio is greater than the combined sales of iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X in the same period last year.

The report points out the iPhone XR is a simple alternative for consumers who opt between the older iPhone 7 and iPhone 8 and the costlier iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.

Apple’s latest iPhone series, such as iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max, accounted for 67% of the company’s US earnings in the next quarter. According to the latest information around 36% of its user signed up for Apple Music, while 48% used the paid iCloud program.

Around 30% of iOs users also like to use Apple Podcasts, and 15% use Apple News and Apple TV. 3-6% of users purchased the AppleCare service for their iPhone or iPad.

Obviously, the above data ratio also includes the duration of time the service is launched.

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