Apple’s recently launched iPhone Xs and XS Max smartphones are strong enough to sell from iPhone and iPhone 8 sales since last year. Sales have been successful before going on sale to iPhone XR. This is contrary to those rumors that believed in the phone to work badly with their sale at high prices.
According to a report of 9to5mac, Flory Analytics found that when they used data from more than one million mobile apps to assess iPhone XS sales, and compared them with last year iPhone 8 and iPhone X.
Apple released the new line-up of the iPhone in India on September 28. iPhone XS with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage costs Rs 99,900; 4 GB and 256 GB variant is priced at Rs 1,14,900 and the 4 GB with 512 GB variant will come for Rs 1,34,900.
According to their findings, both XS and XS Max helped Apple to generate 7% more revenue than last year compared to the combined sales of iPhone X and iPhone 8 and 8 Plus. Analyst firm hopes that the trend will continue till the winter holidays.