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Renho

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No way this prediction of 40-50 mill pre orders of the iPhone X could happen.No way it could get that high.
7,7+ number’s were not reported, but let’s just say it was 19 mil, how can it Double in one year when there is a split launch. The biggest growth by year we can assume it was the 7 by what 6 Mill maybe. So it jump’s to 20 Mill growth in a year. What do you guys think, am I missing something?

Opening weekend sales by year:

5s, 5c=9 Mill
6, 6+=10 Mill
6s, 6s+=13 Mill
7, 7+=19 Mill? *Guess*
 

Juan007

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X will be in the range of 30MM. iPhone market keeps growing year after year and there is 3 years of demand that has built up for a new design.
 

Renho

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X will be in the range of 30MM. iPhone market keeps growing year after year and there is 3 years of demand that has built up for a new design.

Not in the first weekend, it can’t get that high. Plus all the other first weekend numbers are with all models not just one. This one was a split launch. Will be even lower.
 

Renho

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7/7+ was 10 mil.

8/8+ combined 5.5 mil.

X should be 5-7 mil.

Ya so 8/8+/X should be around 10-11 Mill. Where did he get the 40-50. Plus Apple just slowed there order to 40%, which they did last year but slowed it to 60% of there full order. They must not be expecting a lot. Which is good for us X hold outs..
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Isn’t the iPhone X being released world wide? That would explain the prediction, maybe?

Ya this is WW opening weekend orders. Not whole quarter 1 numbers.
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