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Apple to hold press conference on September 12

iPhone 15 Pro Max best seller? |Apple issued an official invitation earlier today (August 30), announcing that it will hold a press conference on September 12, US time (that is, the early morning of the 13th in Hong Kong time). If there is no accident, it will be the much-anticipated iPhone 15 A new series.

On the eve of the release of the new iPhone 15 series, in addition to the leaked features of the iPhone 15 series, Apple product leaker Ming-Chi Kuo also predicted the sales of the top model of the iPhone 15, the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

Tianfeng Securities analyst MK Kuo, who has always been well aware of Apple's internal information, has predicted the specifications of the iPhone 15 series, especially the iPhone 15 Pro Max, more than once before. When Apple issued a press conference invitation, MK Kuo seemed to be interested in him. The source of the report is very confident, indicating that the iPhone 15 Pro Max is the only model in this generation with a periscope lens.

Thanks to the additional shooting functions brought by the periscope lens, Ming-Chi Kuo made it clear that the most expensive iPhone 15 Pro Max will be the most popular model of this generation, and it is expected to account for 35-40% of the sales of the entire series. , compared with the iPhone 14 Pro Max in the same period, it is more likely to record a growth of 10 to 20%.

Ming-Chi Kuo also specifically mentioned that the iPhone 16 series will continue to use periscopes. On the other hand, Huawei is also very active in the use of periscopes. The unit price of the periscope is high, about 3-4 times or more than the general high-end 7P lens; benefiting from the sales of the periscope model, Largan, the exclusive supplier of the iPhone periscope lens, is expected to have a significant profit.

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