On Wednesday Patently Apple posted a TrendForce analytical report on smartphone shipments for calendar Q1 2022 (Apple’s Fiscal Q2-22). Today, Counterpoint posted their analysis for the quarter which slightly differs from TrendForce’s while presenting a detailed infographic with a clear breakdown of shipments by market region and more.
In late February Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman dreamt of a $199 iPhone SE. Week’s later Apple introduced their new iPhone SE at $429. If Apple is ever to crack Latin America and challenge Samsung, the current runaway leader in that market, the iPhone SE will have to drop to the $329 range (if not $299) to make a difference. The dream of a $199 iPhone, however, is likely not in the cards anytime soon.
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