Apple Vice President for Product Marketing Greg Joswiak has commented in an interview with CNET that iPhone XR "has been our most popular iPhone every day since the day was available" apparently in an attempt to quit analytics reports earlier This week, the iPhone XR seemed worse than Apple had thought.
It's Apple's first official word about how the new iPhones perform. It's time when the company's selection now contains the most demanding phones ever-even "the budget" $ 750 XR costs more than any basic model iPhone ever has ̵
And while XR can actually be Apple's best-selling iPhone, the problem is that Apple is not "t giving hard data about how many iPhones it sells Without concrete data, there's no way to know if XR is a successful success or just selling better than even weaker numbers for the pricey XS and XS Max. Both of the pricier phones are just updated versions of last year's X, which suggests that they can sell worse than expected, which makes XR's sales seem stronger in comparison.
Having said that, while there are many speculations about Apple's iPhone future, there can not be any reason, at least where Apple is concerned. After all, there were similar reports of cutting down orders before last year's iPhone X, which ultimately turned out to have resulted in a drastically increased revenue for the company despite flater sales. And Apple's strategy generally has r seemed to shift towards selling less and more lucrative devices than a race to the bottom, which may not be a bad thing.
Unfortunately, there is a chance that industry and Wall Street will get used to this type of iPhone uncertainty. Although revenues are up when Apple announces its next quarterly earnings, it will be difficult to assess how well the new iPhones really do when Apple decided not to reveal unit sales for its devices in the future.