Posted October 19, 2018 10:27:24When Apple’s iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus went on sale on November 4, 2016, many were quick to blame the company for causing the surge in sales, but the truth is that it had absolutely nothing to do with the increase in sales.
Apple had been losing money for years, and the company’s stock was in the toilet due to the massive price drops of previous iPhone launches.
The iPhone 5S was the companys first attempt to sell to consumers in the US, and it sold about a third of the number of units Apple sold during its debut in 2013.
Apple sold about 3.5 million iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c models in just over two years, which was good enough for Apple to make a profit of $5 billion in 2016.
But the iPhone 5C wasn’t as successful as the iPhone 4S, and sales of those models fell short of expectations.
The biggest selling point of the iPhone 6 was its improved camera sensor and its large screen size.
However, when the iPhone 7 hit shelves in December, Apple was not ready to move into full-blown sales mode yet.
In fact, the iPhone 8 was supposed to be Apple’s answer to the Samsung Galaxy S8, which had been rumored to hit store shelves in January.
When Apple was asked by analysts in January if it planned to release the iPhone X in 2019, the company said no.
That is not the case with the iPhone, which is expected to release in early 2019.
Apple is planning to release its next-generation iPhones next year, and if it does, the most likely devices to be launched will be the iPhone SE and the iPhone 9s.
Apple currently has only one iPhone model, the 2018 iPhone 7.
But when Apple announced the iPhone Pro, it also made the switch to a smaller iPhone model.
In 2019, it will launch two models of iPhones: the iPhone 10, which will be slightly smaller than the iPhone 11, and an iPhone 11 Pro.
Apple also recently announced the Apple Watch Series 4.
If the iPhone Series 4 is a success, then we can expect Apple to launch the next-gen iPhone models in the second half of 2020.
When it comes to new iPhones, Apple will continue to focus on its smaller-sized iPhones and the new generation of iPhones.
If that continues, we may see the company launch the iPhone Model 3 in the first quarter of 2021, which would mark the end of the first-generation iPhone.