April 17, 2024

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The iPhone 14 Pro Max remains Apple's most popular iPhone in 2023

The iPhone 14 Pro Max remains Apple's most popular iPhone in 2023

Canalys reports that Apple will once again top the rankings of best-selling smartphones in 2023. The 2022 iPhone 14 Pro Max holds the top spot.

Market research company Canalys annually identifies the top ten best-selling smartphones. Apple has been at the top for years and will leave that position in 2023 No sailing either. Rounding out Canalys' top 10 is Apple's best smartphone from 2022, the iPhone 14 Pro Max, with 34 million units sold. The iPhone 15 Pro Max, which will be released in 2023, is also on the list, but will achieve “only” 33 million sales. Rounding out the top three is joint third place for the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro, both good for charging 29 million devices.

Is it over with the iPhone? No, because the fifth device is also an iPhone, which is the iPhone 13. Samsung debuts in sixth place with the Galaxy A14 4G, the best-selling Android phone of 2023 (21 million units). The iPhone 15 Pro interrupts this success with similar sales numbers. Then it was Samsung's turn again with the Galaxy A54 5G (20 million) and A14 5G (19 million).

It's easy to guess which manufacturer is at the bottom: Apple, with the iPhone 15, which is good for another 17 million sales.

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Relatively small scale

If we look at the list again, it is noticeable that almost the entire iPhone range is mentioned. Only the iPhone SE and older iPhone 14 Plus aren't in the top ten.

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By the way, it's not surprising. Apple's scope is relatively standardized. That is, sales are distributed over a limited number of devices. This is different with Android phones. Samsung has a very large global reach, which means it's not easy to have phones that sell tens of millions of copies.

However, the Android phone market is much more widespread: there are dozens of brands to choose from, from ASUS to OnePlus, Samsung and Sony.