If you were wondering how Apple’s iPhone XS and XS Max were doing, sales-wise, a new report from CIRP comes to shed some light on the matter. Here’s the gist of it: sales were strong until the end of the third quarter, and split evenly between the two models.
In the ten days that they were available out of Q3, they each accounted for 8% of US iPhone sales for the entire quarter. The combined 16% market share achieved in ten days is comparable to the entire quarter’s sales of each of last year’s models.
iPhone XS and XS Max sales were similar to the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus in their…
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