Apple doubles business in India, iPhone 11 and iPhone SE (2020) remain the strongest demand

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Apple Business India: The iPhone market has grown rapidly due to the great response received from the users of the iPhone 12. On an annual basis, demand for iPhone was 17% higher. Currently, the number of active iPhones has crossed 1 billion.

Apple, the world’s leading tech firm that makes premium gadgets such as the iPhone and iPad, has performed well in the quarter ended December 2020. The company’s Indian business in this quarter was double that of the year-ago period. The company’s quarterly revenue crossed $ 100 billion for the first time with a strong performance globally. The company’s revenue grew 21 percent to $ 111.4 billion in the December quarter. The iPhone market has grown rapidly due to the great response received from the users of the iPhone 12. On an annual basis, demand for iPhone was 17% higher. Currently, the number of active iPhones has crossed 1 billion, Apple Business India.

iPad and Mac sales increase drastically

iPad and Mac sales grew by 41 and 21 percent respectively. Company CEO Tim Cook said, “Despite the impact on retail outlets due to the Corona epidemic, customer response to the iPhone 12 is encouraging. The increased demand for iPads and Macs shows how these devices have helped people in times of epidemic. ”On business growth in India, Cook said,“ In India, our business has doubled in the last quarter. Despite this, our business is quite small compared to the possibilities here. India is one of the markets where our market share is very low. The speed we are growing here is encouraging. We have taken several steps here. For example, we have opened our online store here. We are also going to open retail stores. ‘ Apple opened an online store in India on 23 September

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