Apple's Joswiak: iPhone XR Has Been The Best-Selling iPhone Everyday Since Its Release

Despite that many media outlets and supply chain sources claimed that low sales on iPhones and mass production changes, Greg Joswiak, Apple's product marketing chief, sat down for an interview with CNET today to discuss consumer responses to the iPhone XR, where he said that the iPhone XR has been the best-selling iPhone every day since it got released on October 26.

Joswiak pointed out that since that release, iPhone XR is Apple's best-selling iPhone every day that the iPhone XR has: "been our most popular iPhone each and every day since the day it became available", says the Vice President of Product Marketing at Apple, but didn't reveal how much how units they have sold, as the company announced at its last earnings call that it would stop reporting iPhone unit sales.

However, multiple reports suggested that Apple reduced orders for iPhone XR due low-than-expected demand and plus Apple informed supply chain to restart iPhone X production. And, just this Monday, the iPhone XR saw a $100 price cut in Japan over carriers' two-year contract deal,  it's not clear who is telling the truth, but the news will definitely help Apple stock to back on the right track.

In addition, the VP also talked about the ongoing RED partnership, and that they will again promote the World's AIDs Day on December 1st. With every $1 for each purchase made in Apple Pay via Apple Stores, Apple Store app, or will donate to the organizations, at the same time, all 125 Apple retail stores logo will turn into red.

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