In mid-April, Apple released its new 2020 smartphone Apple SE, the second-generation Apple Special Edition with basic design and hardware features of the iPhone 8 at a more affordable price than other models.
In addition to the crisis caused by the COVID-19 epidemic and subsequent closure and closure of stores, Apple confirms that the sales of your iPhone SE are enormous.
And curious fact, Tim Cook himself believes that most consumers who buy a second-generation iPhone SE come from Android.
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For sale 2020 iPhone SE
Tim Cook, Apple's manager, has included the iPhone SE in the list of new products. In their own words, "they are all very well received by analysts and consumers." This list includes the 2020 iPad Pro, the Magic Keyboard, and the refurbished MacBook Air.
The second-generation iPhone SE did not play a significant role in the company's second-quarter earnings results, since it was launched on April 15. But, apparently, the consumer response has been overwhelming.
Jeriel Ong, an analyst at Deutsche Bank, asked Tim Cook about the iPhone SE sales and how consumers are scared to spend. Apple officials responded to the following:
"I haven't seen anything quite like what you are talking about (a negative impact on the sale of CCIDID-19). I have seen a strong response from consumers especially looking for a smaller device with the latest technology, and most of it comes from Android."
What do you think of Tim Cook's words?