IPhone SE sales could hit 15 million this year

Ruben Fields
May 23, 2020

That is pretty much in line with the 69% of total iPhone sales that the 2018 models grabbed during the last quarter of 2019 and the 39% share of those sales that belonged to the iPhone XR. Pre-orders for the iPhone SE started on April 17 with deliveries slated to begin April 24. Analysts Ming-Chi Kuo who is generally accurate with his Apple predictions is claiming there might be 12-14 million iPhone SE units shipped in the present quarter with another at least 10 million units shipped in Q3.

The device is similar in design to the iPhone 8 but with an upgraded A13 processor.

"We suggest that investors should focus more on the impacts of consumption downgrade on iPhone demand because we believe that Apple's execution could minimize any risk of development and mass production delay", writes Kuo. What this means is still not clear, but this particular model could be pushed back even further if these issues aren't resolved in a timely manner.

Incidentally, Kuo says the 5G iPhone will have a 6.7-inch screen, bigger than the 6.5-inch one in the iPhone 11 Pro Max. "We believe that there is a likelihood that new 2H20 6.1-inch and 5.4-inch iPhones will go into mass production in September", said Kuo.

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In a research note last week, Counterpoint Research estimated that Apple will end up selling over 15 million iPhone SE units this year.

US-based global investment bank Goldman Sachs stated in a report released last week that the iPhone 12 may not be released until the beginning of November, as travel restrictions can hinder Apple's engineering and manufacturing process. The Verge reports that the analyst said back in December that the phone would have a 5.5-inch or 6.1-inch screen and use a Touch ID sensor located inside the power button. But the iPhone SE did not return in 2017 or 2018, leading to rumors that the company had moved on from the series.

Josh Lowitz, CIRP Partner and Co-Founder noted "iPhone 11 is the dominant model in the lineup".

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