Apple decided not to share the sales number of iPhone 7 series during the opening week, making people even more curious.
KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has recently told AppleInsider that the research firm has increased its sales estimates from 65 million to 70-75 million, mainly because of the recall of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and the dual-camera feature in the iPhone 7 Plus.
The firm also believes iPhone 7 is not selling as well as it seems to be, mostly because of promotions from carriers and a larger amount of launch countries around the world. The low yields on the jet black casing is also one of the reasons why it won’t sell as well as the iPhone 6s.
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