An analytics firm is confident that iPhone 15 sales will not be affected by China’s iPhone ban in government offices.
There has been news that China has imposed a ban on iPhones in its offices, citing security as a key concern. It is predicted that the government will go a step further after the restrictions and could lead to falling share prices for Apple. However, Wedbush said the entire situation was “exaggerated” and that it would involve about 500,000 of the expected 45 million units.
Wedbush continued that based on its controls in the Asia region, approximately 85 million iPhone 15 models will be produced at launch. The number is consistent with last year’s numbers for the iPhone 14 series.
The iPhone 15 is expected to be unveiled at Apple’s “Wonderlust” event. Several rumors suggest that Apple will increase the price of several iPhone 15 models, including the Pro Max.