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Apple iPhone 11 series is making huge sales

Apparently, it has been found that the new iPhone 11 series are having more sales than any of the previous iPhones. Thanks to the new features and design, Apple has been able to see a rise in the sale of iPhones, which had degraded a bit in the past few years due to the appearance of other phones in the market.

There have been a lot of preorders for the iPhone 11 series after the announcement of the release on 20th of September. The retail stores of Apple have also seen a quite big crowd lined up for buying iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, the biggest crowd being in Cube, New York.

The iPhone 11 series have received a lot of praises, but the real tension is the sale of iPhone 11 series in China. The trade tension between US and China has not only affected Huawei but is also going to affect the sale of iPhone 11 series in China. While Huawei has laid out its tricks for the sale of Mate 30 series, by bringing down the price for the citizens of China, it is going to be difficult for Apple to sell its new flagship in China.

Daniel Ives, an analyst of Wedbush, stated that around 60-70 million Apple iPhones in China are not updated, which might put the company in a hard job for convincing them to buy new Apple devices.

The company has seen a gain increase of 0.5% on Monday which is surely going to increase in the upcoming days. The new design, faster network, and improved performance have made the iPhone 11 series the best-sold phone of Apple till date. It is not so likely to happen that Apple would be able to sell iPhone 11 series in China due to the tension going on and the Huawei Mate 30 series in the market, but nothing can be expected.

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Derek Barnes

Derek Barnes

Derek is a Florida-based tech blogger and columnist, working in the Technology industry since last three and half years. He spends most of his time interacting with the like-minded group of people on social media and contributing proactively to several online discussion forums and websites.
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