Josh Lowitz, founder of CIRP, believes:
"iPhoneThe share of X dropped from 20% in the fourth quarter of last year to 16%. The share of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus has improved relative to the fourth quarter of last year, which is a combined 44%, compared with 41% in the previous quarter. ”
Affected by the decline in sales of iPhone X, CIRP predicts that the average selling price of the iPhone will decrease from the previous quarter, but it will still be higher than the previous year.
Interestingly, CIRP mentioned that the sales share of the old iPhone 6s and 7 is still very objective. The iPhone 7 / 7 Plus accounted for only slightly less than 20% of sales, while the iPhone 6s / 6s Plus also had a 13% share, and the iPhone SE also had 8%.