Demand for iPhone 12 Pro Exceeds iPhone 12 According to Analyst

Apple no longer gives the number of reservations or the number of units sold of the iPhoneBut that doesn’t stop analysts from making their predictions and calculations. In the case of the recently presented iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro, JP Morgan bank makes some very interesting predictions.

More iPhone 12 Pro than iPhone 12

As reported by AppleInsider, JP Morgan analyst Samik Chatterjee has written that delivery times for iPhone 12 are normalizing or moderating. Some waiting times that indicate that Apple is being able to meet the demand for this phone. While in the iPhone 12 Pro the situation is different.

Average delivery times for the iPhone 12 is around 10 days, while the delivery time for iPhone 12 Pro is 23 days. Although at the time of launch both values ​​were very similar, now, three weeks later, this notable difference offers us a vision of the supply and demand of the two terminals.

An analysis based on delivery times for the different models.

JP Morgan’s analysis specifically mentions wait times in the United States, where some have, in fact, increased a couple of days. A situation that is similar in China, while in Germany or the United Kingdom is blurred leaving a gap between the iPhone 12 and the iPhone 12 Pro less marked.

In conclusion Chatterjee points out that the success of the iPhone 12, unlike the more than remarkable success of the iPhone 11 against its generation brothers, It is being dwarfed by that of the iPhone 12 Pro. The main difference between both models is, in addition to the finishes and colors, the one present in the cameras.

We will have to wait for the next quarter and its financial results from Apple to assess the success of the new iPhone with more exact data. Some iPhone of which, in fact, a couple of models are yet to be presented. Meanwhile, it is clear that the numbers will cheer many within Apple.