According to some analysts, Apple’s new iPhones aren’t doing well and is forcing Apple to cut production of some of the models, like the iPhone XR. However despite those predictions and claims, there are a few instances in which it has proven that the iPhone XR is indeed doing quite well, or at least relatively better than the other models.

For example the latest data from the Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) has revealed that the iPhone XR is Apple’s best selling iPhone model for the month of November. It is said to account for 32% of iPhone sales during the month and has beaten out the likes of the iPhone XS and XS Max, although when combined the iPhone XS and XS Max have it beaten at 35%.

This seems to echo an earlier report in which it was revealed that over in Taiwan, the iPhone XR was the top-selling smartphone for the month of November, handily beating out the more expensive iPhone models and also the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Apple had previously insisted that the iPhone XR has been doing well, and was its top-selling smartphone since its release, and these numbers certainly seem to justify those claims.

Unfortunately as Apple has no plans to release iPhone sales figures anymore, we suppose we’ll never truly know how well its new phones are doing.

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