AppleInsider had access to a note sent to investors by investment bank JP Morgan. This shows the predictions of the shipment numbers of your current iPhone line, but also what to expect from the future iPhone 13.
According to analyst William Yang, the forecasts for the iPhone 12 and 12 Pro remain in the first and second half of 2021. This means that 56 million units of the base models will be manufactured, and 41 million of the Pro models.
In these figures, the analyst reviews his expectations, forecasting another 11 million units for the iPhone 12 Pro Max, another 2 million for the iPhone 12 Pro and another 8 million for the iPhone 11.
iPhone 12 mini may stop being produced during the second half of 2021
The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini, on the other hand, fall in expectations, with less 9 million and 11 million models manufactured, respectively. About the iPhone 12 mini, it is said that the weak demand for the equipment should cause its production to stop in the second half of the year.
This analyst says that Apple should maintain the strategy in 2021. This means that in September / October we can expect four new models of Cupertino’s technology.
Once again we talk about equipment with a reduced notch, but until I see this in practice I prefer to use my “distrust letter”. The analyst also mentions better autonomy and improvements in cameras that, according to the latest data, must undergo a renewal of the lenses.
Still on the talked about new iPhone SE, the analyst does not believe that we will see such a model in 2021. This source reveals that this model should only reach the market in 2022, with a design probably based on the iPhone 11.
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