Apple sold in the US in the past quarter significantly more iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus smartphones than in the first quarter of 2017. In addition, the larger plus models of the iPhone sold better.
While the rumors and speculation on Apple’s iPhone 8 inevitably hit the climax, the analysts of Cirp in comparison, comparatively brittle figures. But this statistic has it all. Especially if you look at the US sales figures for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus as well as the number of users, who in the USA from Android to the Apple stock changed.
According to Cirp, the Apple iPhone 7 and the larger iPhone 7 Plus together accounted for 81 percent of all iPhones sold in the US in the June quarter of 2017. This accounted for 47 percent of sales on the iPhone 7 and 34 percent of buyers opted for the iPhone 7 Plus. According to these figures, Apple could significantly increase the sales figures for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus in the past quarter.
In turn, the sales of the other iPhone models according to Cirp shrank from 34 percent in the June quarter 2016 to now 19 percent this year. In addition, the demand for the larger models such as the iPhone 7 Plus and the iPhone 6S Plus rose from 32 percent (June 2016 evaluation) to 38 percent compared to the same period last year. Compared to the March quarter of 2017 (42%), however, the demand for the plus-size variants flattened again somewhat.
The share of those customers who switched from Android to an iPhone developed positively. While the proportion of Android-to-Apple changers in the previous months was between 14 and 17 percent, Cirp now accounted for a 20 percent share of iPhone buyers who had previously used an Android smartphone for the June quarter of 2017.