In 2007, Apple founder Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPhone, not only the first real smartphone, but also a time for the generation. In 13 years, Apple has released 13 generations of iPhones. According to reports, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s series are Apple’s golden age, with a total of 350 million units sold.
According to the summary ofmedia, the highest-selling iPhones in previous generations were the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, with a total of 2224,000 units sold, or more than 220 million, far ahead of other models.
While the original text doesn’t analyze why the iPhone 6 series sells the most, it’s not unusual for the iPhone 6 to be Apple’s first big-screen phone, with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus using 4.7 inches and 5.5 inches respectively. Now look at nothing, but at that time is also a big screen phone.
The iPhone 6 series is supposed to be Apple’s best seller in Asia, with the first big screen switch ingesting a hit, with Greater China contributing a lot.
After the iPhone 6, the iPhone 6S series continued that momentum, selling 124,971,971 units, or 125 million, although the screen size did not change.
Later, the iPhone 8/8 Plus series sold 90795983 units, the iPhone 7/7 Plus family sold 83056570 units, the appeal of the big screen has come down, but the total still has more than 83 million, single-item sales are probably still ahead of other brands.
It’s worth noting that the iPhone XR is also in fifth place, with sales of more than 72.1 million units, while the iPhone 11 is the fourth-to-last with nearly 40 million sales, after all, it’s only sold for less than a year.
Apple’s lowest-selling is likely to be lost to the iPhone SE, which sold 30.16 million units, and will soon be caught up in the iPhone SE2.