Total Worldwide iPhone Production Volume for 2018 to Increase by 0.4% Annually


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In anticipation of Apple unveiling its new iPhone models, the global market intelligence firm TrendForce has provided an overview of the global smartphone market and summarized relevant data for your reference.

Below is TrendForce’s latest take on the global smartphone market:

1. According to TrendForce’s latest estimation, the global smartphone production volume for 2018 will reach around 1.465 billion units, representing an annual increase of 0.5%.

2. TrendForce also estimates that the global production volume of iPhone devices (including all previous models) for 2018 will total around 221.9 million units, representing an annual increase of 0.4%.

3. Two of the new iPhone models to be released will come with an AMOLED display, which will help expand the AMOLED adoption in the smartphone market. TrendForce forecasts that around 48% of smartphones shipped worldwide in 2021 will feature the AMOLED display.

About TrendForce

TrendForce is a global provider of the latest development, insight, and analysis of the technology industry. Having served businesses for over a decade, the company has built up a strong membership base of 435,000 subscribers. TrendForce has established a reputation as an organization that offers insightful and accurate analysis of the technology industry through five major research divisions: DRAMeXchange, WitsView, LEDinside, EnergyTrend and Topology. Founded in Taipei, Taiwan in 2000, TrendForce has extended its presence in China since 2004 with offices in Shenzhen and Beijing.

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