Apple could hit an all-time high with its iPhone shipments this year

Apple has a record of shipping over 231 million iPhones in the year 2015; however, analysts assume that the company could exceed that figure by the end of 2021. According to Wedbush’s report, research coined by the analyst, Dan Ives states the following about Apple’s potential record-breaking iPhone sales run for 2021.

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“While the Street is forecasting roughly 220 million iPhone units for FY21, we believe based on this current trajectory and in a bull case Cupertino still has potential to sell north of 240 million units (~250 million could be in the cards – an eye-popping figure) which would easily eclipse the previous Apple record of 231 million units sold in FY15.”

According to the research report, Apple could ship close to 250 million iPhones in 2021. It has been driven by the strong demand for the iPhone 12, and even the lackluster sales of the iPhone 12 mini could not derail the momentum of the 2020 flagship.

However, the analyst also claims that, even if demand is slowed down slightly, Apple is looking to launch the iPhone 13 earlier than the iPhone 12. And the inclusion of the new A15 Bionic processor could play a big factor in the sales.

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It is reported that the Cupertino tech giant is aiming at a late September timeline for the official unveiling of the iPhone 13, and is working with TSMC to reportedly mass-produce A15 Bionic chips ahead of schedule.

The new addition to the amazing line of iPhones, the iPhone 13, will have upgraded cameras, improved specifications, support for 120Hz OLED LTPO screens for the premium models.

Considering all things, it seems that the iPhone 13 will be even more popular than the iPhone 12 in the previous year, aiding Apple to reach a new iPhone shipments record.

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