Apple's iPhone 14 Plus demand is sluggish, and pre-orders have been opened for nearly a week

The iPhone 14 Plus is Apple's 6.7-inch non-Pro version of the iPhone, and there was no delay in delivery nearly a week after pre-orders opened, indicating that the demand for the new model from the buying group may be low.

Pre-orders for all models of Apple's iPhone 14 series began last Friday, and all models except the iPhone 14 Plus will be delivered from September 16. Although the delivery of the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max is still expected to be delayed by days or even weeks, all models of the iPhone 14 Plus can still be delivered on the same day after the release on Friday, October 7, without any delay.

Earlier this week, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo said demand for the non-Pro 6.7-inch iPhone was much lower than last year's 5.4-inch iPhone 13 mini. Ming-Chi Kuo said: "Apple's product segmentation strategy for standard models this year has failed."

The iPhone 14 Plus is for customers who want a bigger iPhone but don't have all the features of Apple's higher-end models. Like the iPhone 14, the iPhone 14 Plus has the same chip, notch, camera improvements and other small improvements as the iPhone 13 Pro . The Verge review referred to the iPhone 14 as the "iPhone 13s" and noted slight improvements and changes from its predecessor.

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