Look back at Apple’s quarterly iPhone sales and you’ll see a simple pattern: The holidays are good for iPhones. The final three months of every year is actually Apple’s first fiscal quarter and 9to5 Mac notes that KGI Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo released his (typically accurate) estimate for the period, suggesting that Apple will have sold a whopping 71.5 million handsets.
How big of a quarter would that be? Here’s the chart of quarterly iPhone sales, showing that last year’s record was just over 51 million handsets.
That’s a massive jump. Put another way: All those folks who dismissed the idea of and reasons for larger phones couldn’t have been more wrong. And the hits will keep coming for [company]Apple[/company], says Kuo, who expects Apple to sell another 49.4 million iPhones in the following three months.
It’s also interesting to see Kuo’s breakdown of sales between the…
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