We’ve heard little about how the iPhone 14 Pro products are selling better than the rest of the iPhone 14 line. Now, Show Supply Chain Consultants analyst Ross Young has more information, this time focused on the shipment of iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro compared to last year’s iPhone 13 lineup.
Young’s new data is based on the panel’s supply chain data through the end of November, which speaks volumes for the number of displays Apple has ordered from its suppliers as it continues to streamline and streamline iPhone production. 14. This may be a reference to the range of products Apple manufactures in response to early demand data.
According to the data, the iPhone 14 Pro Max panel orders were 18% higher than the iPhone 13 Pro Max orders at the same time last year. Currently, orders for the iPhone 14 panels are down 38% compared to the iPhone 13 this time last year.
Young’s data also illustrates how popular the iPhone 14 Pro Max is this year, accounting for the most orders for the iPhone 14 display. Overall, the total orders for the iPhone 14 this year are slightly higher than for the iPhone 13 at the same time last year, primarily because of this increased demand for the iPhone 14 Pro Max.
Finally, the data shows that orders for the iPhone 14 Plus are more popular than the iPhone 13 mini. The iPhone 14 Plus is officially set to launch next week on October 7, and launch day products are still available.
Bloomberg recently reported that Apple plans to ramp up production of the iPhone 14 as we approach the holiday season. Due to lower demand than expected, Apple is said to have backed this idea. Ming-Chi Kuo also pointed out that the iPhone 14 Pro Max is Apple’s most popular iPhone this year.
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