Apple said on Monday that it sold more than 13 million iPhone 65 and 6s Pluses during the first weekend in 12 markets, setting a new record in sales.

The previous version of the iPhone set a record of 10 million units sales in the first weekend which excluded China.

Analysts had said that Apple was virtually set to a make a first-weekend sales record for its new iPhone with the inclusion of China.

1 comment

  • Even 15M would mean stagnation, comparing the last year 10M, having China in opening week this year and considering China holds almost a third of iPhone sales.
    Selling 13M is technically a record, but a record that shows slowdown of iPhone sales.

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