Dixons Carphone has said that higher iPhone deals lifted its incomes over the Christmas time frame, as it affirmed an adjustment in authority and a precarious drop in entire year benefits.
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Dixons, which claims Carphone Warehouse and Currys PC World, posted 3% development in like-for-like deals in the UK and Ireland for the 10 weeks to 6 January, meeting City desires. Gathering like-for-like deals beat estimates with a 6% increase because of solid development in Greece and Scandinavia. Be that as it may, entire year benefits will be down strongly from a year ago after an extreme first half, as more costly handsets hindered purchasers from overhauling their telephones. The gathering conjectures amongst £365m and £385m for the entire year, down from £501m.
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The new iPhone X has been selling well along with big TVs, games, Dyson Supersonic hairdryers and voice-control devices. The retailer said it did better during Black Friday week than in its Boxing Day sale, mirroring the performance of other retailers. Profit margins fell slightly because it sold more large TVs and white goods, which are more expensive to deliver than smaller items.