Apple announced at last year's earnings conference that it would no longer publish sales reports for the iPhone, iPad and Mac, which meant that investors could only guess the market's acceptance of Apple products or refer to unofficial data released by third-party statistical agencies.
Recently, the Consumer Intelligence Research Partner (CIRP) released a report on the sales performance of the iPhone in the United States in the third financial quarter (the second quarter of the natural year), and the iPhone XR continues to win the championship.
IPhone XS Max,iPhone XS,iPhone XR, released last year, accounted for 67 percent of all iPhone sales in the United States in the third quarter, with iPhone XR accounting for 48 percent of all iPhone sales, according to the report, the highest individual sales since the iPhone 6 series in 2015, as high as iPhone 6 Plus. "iPhone XR has become the dominant iPhone model in the United States," said Josh Lowitz, a partner and co-founder of CIRP.
CIRP also disclosed data on Apple's services. The report showed that 47% of consumers who bought the iPhone this quarter would buy iCloud, 35% would buy Apple Music, 15% to 29% would use Apple TV, Apple Podcast and Apple News, and finally 3% to 6% would buy iCloud. The company chose to buy Apple Care services.
Apple will release its third quarter earnings in 2019 at the end of this month, and I believe there will be more official data on revenue.