While the days of endless Apple Store lines waiting for any new iPhone release are certainly over, Cupertino’s latest mobile powerhouse may have generated much more early interest among global consumers than the tech giant itself had anticipated.
How good are the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max selling?
Unfortunately, no one can give a clear answer to this question yet, and it may take some time for any kind of reliable source to put together an accurate and trustworthy estimate of these bad boys’ sales numbers.
While these kinds of tweaks are certainly unheard of, a “about” 10 percent increase in “shipping forecast for iPhone 14 Pro models in 4Q22” looks like a noteworthy change that could allow Apple to boost its already impressive average sales price.
Will the iPhone 14 family surpass the iPhone 13 sales figures?
The fact that you currently need to wait several weeks for new iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max orders from Apple’s US online store to ship is a very good sign for the company, as well as one of the main reasons why it makes perfect sense to ramp up production of the two at the expense of the iPhone 14 and the 14 Plus which has yet to be released.
It also remains to be seen whether Apple will eventually raise its total iPhone 14 series production target for the upcoming holiday quarter from 90 million units set to match what the iPhone 13 lineup hit in the latter stages of last year.
For now, the two iOS phone families are still expected to (more or less) prove equally successful, with profit gains but this year’s iPhone 14 lineup is expected when all is said and done. As always, Apple wins no matter what.