The whopping sales of 35.2 million of Apple’s vaunted iPhones in the third quarter were to some extent short of the 35.9 million sales forecasted by the analysts, stated by the Wall Street Journal. However, after finally launching its top of the shelves mobile phones such as the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5, Apple is expected to get back into the thick of things as far as their sale is concerned. Apple iPhone sales is expected to get some shot in the arm further as it intends to introduce its newest iPhone variants – iPhone 6 which will be rolled out with a 4.5” screen display and soon with a generous 5.5” panel screen.
Another Apple offering that will hit the stride in the coming days is the much-anticipated iWatch. Many thought of the entry of the sophisticated device in the market as quite late since the public is already exposed to their chief competitor’s iWatch versions such as the Samsung Gear and Samsung Gear II. But still, the duo of iPhone 6 and iWatch, are expected to catch the ire of the consumers from all four corners of the world, according to some tech experts.
Apple CEO Tim Cook quipped in the Cupertino, California’s earnings conference call that their company posted robust growth with their introductory priced, mid-tier and top iPhone models, and added, that he is happy with the developments taking place in countries such as Brazil, Russia, India and China, where iPhone sales soared to a steady 55 percent annually.
Though the iPhone 5C exclusively entered China, this move was risky and so far displayed lackadaisical performance in the market. Apple reported the company is breakeven with its release of iPhone 5C in China.