New Delhi: US tech giant Apple is poised for a record quarter in October-December as iPhone sales in India is expected to touch 1 million for the first time and the company is likely to cross 2.5 million shipments for the whole year, highest since 2017, the Economic Times mentioned in a report citing industry trackers.
In the July-September quarter, the company has shipped 800,000 iPhones, its highest in a quarter. Worth mentioning here is that Septmber quarter sales was achieved before the launch of its flagship, 5G-enabled iPhone 12 series when it reduced prices of older models and launched offers for Diwali.
In the September quarter, Apple sold 1.15 lakh MacBooks, registering an annual growth of 23% while Apple Watch sale touched 1.27 lakh, 87% higher than the last year’s figure. Only iPad sales, at 81,000, saw decline on an annual basis.
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