Apple shipped an estimated 37.7 million iPhone 11 units this year, which is 10.8 million more units than last year’s top-selling model, the iPhone XR.
A key driver of the success of the iPhone 11 was adjudged to be the lower starting price, which is $50 cheaper than the iPhone XR yet adds significant hardware improvements. The report notes that due to these improvements, iPhone sales have remained strong in 2020, despite the global health crisis.
The second most popular handset of 2020 has been Samsung’s Galaxy A51 (11.4 million units shipped), followed by Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 8 (11 million units) and Redmi Note 8 Pro (10.2 million units).
Several other iPhone models also make the top 10 ranking, including the 2020 iPhone SE in fifth place (8.7 million units shipped), followed by the…