130,000 units of the iPhone 11 family are believed to have been sold in South Korea yesterday, which was the launch day of Apple's latest in the country. The figure is an estimation, based on the number of new iPhone activations.
It's a significant 30% jump compared to last year's sales. In 2018, it was estimated that 100,000 units of the iPhone XS, XS Max, and XR found new owners on day one.
Despite the marked increase in sales, the new iPhones can't quite match the Galaxy Note10's launch-day record of 220,000 units - hmm, it's almost as if the Galaxy has a home-field advantage.