According to him, the company sold 12 million iPhone 11s from the start of sales. This is 15% more than the iPhone XR a year earlier. Now the company is increasing the production of these smartphones, which will release an additional 1.6 million units.
With the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max, the situation is worse. New items bought 15% less than the iPhone Xs and Xs Max a year earlier. Zhang believes that Kupertinists will reduce production by 2 million units.
The analyst is confident that the initial shortage of the iPhone 11 was associated with production capacity problems, and not with a lack of spare parts. Deliveries of devices may decline in the first or second quarter of 2020. In the meantime, they are only increasing. [AppleInsider.com]