The iPhone 14 Pro versions will predominate the company’s initial wave of orders, claims famous Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. That is precisely 85%. Less than 5% of the sales will be for the iPhone 14 Plus model. The tiny line was cancelled because to a similar sales result.
Early data on offline pre-orders in China clearly demonstrate this, and Kuo asserts that early sales often follow suit. The sales allocation for the Pro options is, however, a little greater this year than in prior years. The larger feature gap between the ordinary iPhone 14 series and the Pro generations is probably to blame for this.
The iPhone 14 Plus, which is reportedly priced too close to the Pro versions, and the ordinary iPhone 14, which received minimal enhancements over their predecessors, clearly received larger changes than the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.
However, in the long term, there is a case to be made for the iPhone 14 Plus. It’s no secret that consumers love huge screens, and in past years, the Pro Max—the most costly iPhone model—was the only one with a large display. So once consumers start analysing their alternatives, perhaps sales of the iPhone 14 Plus will increase globally.