El gráfico muestra la participación de Apple en el mercado global de smartphones.


iPhone 13 busca recuperar terreno en el mercado global de smartphones

By Ninian Carter

September 17, 2021 - Cuando recién abren los prepedidos para el iPhone 13, Apple busca impulsar la producción luego de su caída a cuarto lugar en el mercado global de smartphones tras problemas recientes de manufactura en el Sureste de Asia por el Covid-19.

Apple's share of the global smartphone market dropped to 13.7% in the second quarter of 2021, although Q2 is historically the slowest quarter for iPhone sales as customers wait for new models – in this case the iPhone 13, which is expected to bounce Apple back into second place in Q3 2021.

Tight supply of certain components due to complications resulting from Covid-19 in India, Vietnam, and other Southeast Asian countries, remains Apple’s primary production-related challenge as it readies to ship its latest handsets around the world.

Despite these issues, market analysts at TrendForce believe iPhone production is unlikely to be adversely affected, with total iPhone production in 2021 estimated to reach 230 million units, up from 199 million units last year.

Preorders for the iPhone 13 began on September 17, with prices ranging from $699 for the low-end iPhone 13 mini, to an eye-watering $1,599 for the top of the line iPhone 13 Pro Max.

PUBLISHED: 17/09/2021; STORY: Graphic News