Apple hopes iPhone 13 series sales will be successful and break all records. In the fourth quarter of this year alone, the Cupertino-based company plans to sell at least 90 million smartphones. Apple’s biggest users base is in the United States, where its positions are strong and where it is confidently leading. It looks like an army of fans in this country who are ready to support Apple again.
According to a survey conducted among iPhone owners, 44% of them plan to buy one of the models of the iPhone 13 series. Most of them, and this is 32.2%, are ready to buy an iPhone 13, almost 31% are in favor of buying an iPhone 13 Pro Max and 24 % are considering buying an iPhone 13 Pro. The least interest is the iPhone 13 mini and only 7% of respondents can choose it as their new smartphone.
Almost one in five of those surveyed see a display with a refresh rate of 120 Hz as the most desirable feature. About 18% of users hope the iPhone 13 family will offer an under-display fingerprint scanner, while 16% expect an always-on display. It’s funny, but almost 11% of survey participants are optimistic about the prospect of reducing the notch for the front-end.
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Apple believes in the success of the iPhone 13 series
It looks like Apple is confident that its new iPhone series will be popular. The fact that the company ordered more components from all suppliers than for the iPhone 12 line supports this. Based on the volume of ordered components, Apple plans to ship more than 90 million of all iPhone 13 series models by the end of this year.
Well, this suggests that the company plans to set another record and believes that there will be many who will purchase the iPhone 13. Apparently, the stake is on the fact that the crisis in the market is coming to an end, the pandemic is receding, and together with it there is an increase in demand. The expectation is that people will return to full-time jobs and earn more.
It is known that the iPhone 13 series will have four models, where the mini-version will be released again. New items should get updated displays, a new system on a chip and better cameras. In particular, the smartphones can get LTPO-displays with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, a six-core A15 Bionic processor and improved wide-angle sensors.
One of the “innovations” is the reduction of the notch. Don’t wait for an on-screen fingerprint scanner. Apple has a corresponding development, but they plan to implement it no earlier than 2022.