UBS experts are confident that the iPhones will be sold more actively this quarter than they predict on Wall Street. The latest generation of iPhones is popular in the world, and in China there are more and more Apple fans.
UBS analysts predict that from April to June will sell more than 51 million iPhones. On Wall Street do not agree. They believe that more than 45 million will not be sold. If UBS is not mistaken, then the world will see a 50 percent increase in sales compared with the second quarter of 2014. Then Apple sold a little more than 35 million iPhones.
Apple lovers don't indulge in an abundance of events. During the year, the company twice presents new products and twice convenes developers, preparing them for the presentation of new products. Each presented novelty blows up the market and changes trends, so no one can ignore events of this magnitude.

According to analysts, iPhone sales will only growAccording to analysts, iPhone sales will only grow
And Apple iPhone 6 is widely heard today even among those who have never been interested in “apple” smartphones. In June, in Moscone West, in San Francisco, connoisseurs of smart devices and sensation lovers from around the world will gather again.In June 2015, Apple will present new inventions. This event is known to the world as WWDC. What is happening on it soon becomes the most discussed topic, even far beyond the limits of the world of intelligent technology.
The release of the sixth generation of iPhones confirmed this clearly. The last quarter of 2014 broke all records: Apple's smartphones sold 74.5 million. In the first quarter of 2015, the devices also sold well, but not so actively anymore - buyers dismantled a little more than 61 million.
Still, one cannot dispute the economic success of the iPhone. His sales growth is much higher than the market average. Over the past quarter, sales of mobile devices in the world grew by one eighth - they sold 336 and a half million. Well, the heirs of Steve Jobs have increased their sales by as much as 40 percent. Today they own more than 18% of the global smartphone market.

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