According to South Korean media reports, Apple’s iPhone 11 series sold about 130,000 units on its first day of sales in South Korea, a figure that is 30 percent higher than last year’s release of the Apple iPhone XR, Apple’s iPhone XS and Apple’s iPhone XS Max. The report also suggests that while this is Samsung’s home base, and they have a lot of new products on sale, such as the Note 10, Galaxy Fold and other products, but there is still no way to face the iPhone 11 series.
The iPhone 11 has been a global hit thanks to a stronger price/performance ratio, after reports that the iPhone 11 has sold more than 12 million units since its launch in September, up 15 percent from last year’s iPhone XR release.
With that in mind, Apple intends to increase production of the iPhone 11 by 1.6 million units and to reduce production of the iPhone 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max by 2 million.
Apple will soon continue to do something, with the iPhone SE2 to be released in the first quarter of next year, and its overall design is very similar to most hardware specifications and the iPhone 8 Main specifications include the A13 chip, 3GB LPDDR4X memory, 64GB/128GB storage options, color palettes with deep space gray, white, Red is optional. In addition, the iPhone SE2 is expected to sell for $399 (about $2,823).