The iPhone 11 has been rumored to be successful since its launch. It was an "updated" version of the iPhone XR, a previous sales success that was hard to beat, however, it took all its minor flaws and turned them into great qualities, with more power, more colors, more cameras and finally more. So it's no surprise that during the first quarter of 2020 the iPhone 11 continues to dominate sales in the United States so far this year.
We will see how this statistical data progresses after the arrival of the iPhone SE (2020) in the market.
Reasons why the iPhone SE (2020) is a better seller
According to Consumer Intelligence Rearch Partner (CIRP) Between January and March 2020, the iPhone 11 and the "Pro" variant accounted for 66% of the iPhone's total sales. And it doesn't really matter that they are three different terminals and that there isn't much competition within Apple's catalog. However, 37% of those sales were taken by the iPhone 11, "small" and "cheap" indicating its massive position showing Apple's success in its catalog.
The iPhone Pro range sold well when we bought it on the iPhone XS and iPhone XS on the same days, right now The amazing 13% of sales that have taken the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, is what your customers' faces will be when they see the iPhone SE (2020). It looks like Apple's mid-range formula works well and is increasingly offering different products for all types of users. The iPhone 11 was to succeed, no wonder in the news.