To really consider that iPhone 6 which is expected to be released in September will be big would surely be a wise choice of words. Each iPhone launch in the past has sets new sales records. So it’s hardly a reach to predict that the launch of the next iPhone, expected in September, will be big.
Here are some three reasons why the next generation of iPhone is considered to set massive sales once released this year.
First reason to suggest that iPhone 6 will sell big is due to the idea that most phone owners want nowadays are eager to upgrade their phones.
IPhone owners are incredibly loyal, so the vast majority of these people will likely spring for the new phone.
From October to December, the quarter in which the iPhone 5S and 5C went on sale, 85 percent of iPhone owners who bought another phone bought an iPhone, according to Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, a Chicago-based research firm.
The second reason is the fact the new iPhone is expected to have a bigger screen that are 4.7 and 5.5 inches unlike the previous 4 inch iPhone.
As we all know that Samsung recently released a phone with a bigger screen “Galaxy S5 which sold massive and it’s easy to say have iPhone owners have grown jealous.
And so they have no choice but to ditch Apple old iPhone for the bigger ones.
The third reason that iPhone will sell like crazy is that iPhone plans to sell its new phones on a global scale.
When the first iPhone was released in June 2007, it was available only in the US. It became available in a few more European countries later in the year, though the rollout was very limited.
Last year, however, Apple released the iPhone 5S and 5C in a dozen regions, including the U.S., China, Japan, Singapore and Germany, on the same day.
However this launch will be the first since Apple reached a deal with China Mobile, the world’s largest mobile carrier, to sell the iPhone.
Apple is certainly confident that sales will be big. The company reportedly requested from suppliers 70 million to 80 million iPhones to be ready by the end of the year, according to The Wall Street Journal.
“In all likelihood it’s going to be a global launch or a much faster rollout globally than we’ve seen in the past,” a Current Analysis was quoted as saying.