Apple iPhone Sale To Top Another 51+ Million This Quarter States Research

    The latest results from the UBS Evidence Lab iPhone Monitor shows consumer demand for the iPhone at 51.1 million units for the June quarter. The estimates were revealed in a research note issued to investors on Thursday.

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    Apple iPhone Sale To Top Another 51+ Million This Quarter

    UBS says that the main driver for these increased iPhone sales is Apple's success in China, a market where Apple has recently gained the first position in the smartphone manufacturer race by overcoming local manufacturer Xiaomi during the first quarter.

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    To put the projections in perspective, in the same June quarter a year ago, Apple sold 35.2 million iPhones, a number that at the time was seen as something of a disappointment on Wall Street. That represented a 12.7 percent increase from the 31.2 million the company shipped in the June 2013 quarter.

    Apple iPhone Sale To Top Another 51+ Million This Quarter

    Apple has only topped 50 million iPhone sales in a single quarter three times: First in the fall of 2013, again a year later, and then again in the following quarter which concluded in April.

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    If Apple were to exceed 50 million iPhone sales in the current June quarter, it would keep alive a streak of three straight quarters with sales above that mark.


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