The iPhone X reached the market with a retail price of $999, dictating trends not only of final value but also the design.
Many believed that the price would be a major obstacle to its popularity, but surprisingly, the iPhone X has been Apple’s best-selling smartphone since its launch.
The model made the apple hit record highs for the first quarter of this year, figures released recently by the Cupertino giant herself at the event where she unveiled her fiscal results for the second quarter; closing March 31.
Recapitulating what had already been revealed, Tim Cook stated that the borderless “was the choice of customers instead of any other iPhone every week in the first quarter, as they did after its launch in the fourth quarter of last year.”
Since we split the iPhone line with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in 2014, this is the first cycle we’ve ever had where the top of the line iPhone model has also been the most popular.
He also recalled that since 2014 Apple had “divided” the line with the arrival of the iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6 Plus, but for the first time, the top-of-the-line model was the most popular.
Apparently, China had a big share in the results, seeing that there, the iPhone X was the best selling smartphone in the last six months (worth remembering that we saw the laptop in the list of most popular AnTuTu for the month of March).