Apple will sell more units of the “iPhone 12” than any other from the 2020 refresh, according to TF Securities’ analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, with the 6.1-inch model expected to make up around 40% of shipments at launch.
Two days ahead of Apple’s “Hi, Speed” event, where it is anticipated to launch four new models of iPhone, analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has offered predictions for the new models in a note to investors. According to Kuo, the standard “iPhone 12” will be the highest-selling of the four.
Kuo’s shipment predictions put the other three models, the “iPhone 12 mini,” the “iPhone 12 Pro,” and the “iPhone 12 Pro Max” at having a 20% allocation each of total shipments. The remainder, 40%, would be allocated to the “iPhone 12” by default.
In the note, seen by AppleInsider, Kuo believes the compact 5.4-inch “iPhone 12 mini” will be the cheapest