Apple iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro are in high demand.

Analysts from investment banks predicted in the report that the two major markets of China and the United States have strong demand for the iPhone 13 series, and Apple is expected to sell more than 80 million iPhones in the fourth quarter.

Analysts believe that although there is a shortage of chips and logistics are also facing challenges, the huge demand trend for the iPhone 13 series in the Chinese and American markets is a positive sign. In addition, analysts also believe that strong demand for high-end versions will push up the average selling price of the iPhone.

In addition to being the first full quarter after the launch of the iPhone 13 series, the Christmas shopping season is also a major factor in boosting iPhone sales in the fourth quarter. Analysts believe that from Black Friday (the first day of Christmas shopping) to Christmas, about 40 million iPhones are expected to be sold. If it reaches, it will set a record.

From the analyst's report, if there are no supply chain problems and sufficient supply, iPhone sales in the fourth quarter will be higher. The analyst mentioned in the report that the delivery time of the iPhone 13 series is still being extended, and the demand is expected to be about 15% higher than the actual supply.

The analyst also predicts in the report that Apple's wireless headset AirPods will also sell well in the fourth quarter, and it is expected to ship close to 100 million pairs, which will become the strongest quarter of wireless headset performance.

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