Apple seems to be doing pretty well in terms of iPhone 13 stock and delivery times. JPMorgan bank analyst Samik Chatterjee has observed the market and is seeing developments over the weeks.
A real demand for the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max
To date, the average worldwide delivery time for the iPhone 13 is three days. The same goes for the iPhone 13 mini and the iPhone 13 Pro Max. On the other hand, it is a bit longer for the iPhone 13 Pro, namely five days. It’s pretty much the same compared to the previous week when it was two days for the iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini, and five days for the two Pro models.
In the United States, which accounts for 35% of iPhone shipments, delivery times for the iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max have moderated to one or two days. There is no delay for other models, shipping is done the same day.
In China, which is an important market for Apple and which accounts for around 15% of iPhone shipments, delivery times have been reduced to one day for the Pro Max model, five days for the Pro model and same day for the others. Customers in the UK and Germany have seen delivery times for all models drop to six days, with in-store pickup on the same day.
There is therefore a slight additional delay for the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max, which is positive according to the analyst. He notes that the public seems to be turning to these models more, meaning that Apple’s average selling price from Apple will increase. Suffice to say that analysts and the markets will like it.
The analyst concludes on the subject by stressing that Apple has been able to balance its market with production that is running at full speed and delivery times that are more than correct in this period.