Apple started manufacturing the first iPhone in India in 2017. The company has launched some of its biggest iPhones in India so far, including the XR, iPhone 11 and now the iPhone 12.
These days, even though more than one smartphone is being launched, but Apple’s iPhone has maintained its strong hold in the market. We know that Apple is a great smart device maker. It has registered a growth of over 140 per cent in India in the second quarter of this year as the iPhone 11 continues to perform well in the Indian market with strong brand value.
According to data provided by CyberMedia Research (CMR), the iPhone 11 performed over 60 per cent of the iPhone shipments in the country during the April-June quarter. The rest of the iPhone line-up, including the Apple iPhone 12, XR and SE 2020, has also performed well. According to CEO Tim Cook, Apple posted incredible growth in India in the June quarter with a strong performance for its entire line-up of products.
Apple registered strong growth in the Indian market
Tim Cook said during the company’s call on Tuesday, “Most of the markets we tracked have seen double-digit growth. Especially with strong growth in emerging markets including India.
Apple has started manufacturing some iPhone models in India including the latest iPhone 12. Apple started manufacturing the first iPhone in India in 2017. The same company has launched some of its biggest iPhones so far in India, including XR, iPhone 11 and now iPhone 12.
Apple products get overwhelming response in India
Along with this, Apple has also made other devices, such as iPad, Mac and services like Apple Music have also received good response in India. This growth has happened especially after the launch of its exclusive online store in the country in the festive quarter last year.
Prabhu Ram, Head of Industry Intelligence Group (IIG), CMR, said, “Apple now has a strong product line-up that cuts across price levels and helps create lasting aspirational appeal for iPhones among customers. Including first-time buyers and those seeking to upgrade.
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