iPhone Sales to be Stronger Than Expected This Quarter?

iPhone Sales to be Stronger Than Expected This Quarter?

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iPhone sales may be stronger than expected this quarter, according to Katy Huberty at Morgan Stanley.

Huberty says that the Morgan Stanley "Alphawise Smartphone Tracker" has Apple announcing 42 million iPhones shipped for the March quarter. That's more than the 38 million units suggested by supply chain data; however, Huberty says that the supply chain may work overtime during the holiday quarter to generate extra product then relax in the March quarter.

Also noted is that changes in U.S. carrier policies this quarter could generate consumer demand and that Best Buy and Walmart have been offering discounts on the iPhone which could produce more sales.

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iPhone Sales to be Stronger Than Expected This Quarter?

iPhone Sales to be Stronger Than Expected This Quarter?
Steve Jb - March 19, 2014 at 8:08pm
More than I Expect ☺️
Andorid - March 19, 2014 at 4:43pm
I think it's ridiculous how companies see the need to release a new phone every year. They should release it every two year, but nice hardware specs that will last you 2 years technology. Would reduce ewaste by a lot!
Joe Dirt - March 19, 2014 at 5:24pm
So you're saying, If company releases every two years, those who wants a new one after the first year should wait? Those who broke their phone and rather get the latest technology should wait, those who purchase it a year after it's initial release should wait, those unhappy with their phone should wait? Do me a favor, put Sense in Common? :)
iOS - March 19, 2014 at 7:54pm
And you get released every year competing against me but I don't try hard or even sound good in your illogical ads, Apple releasing a phone yearly gets people what they want sooner, plus why wait when you can get it now? Plus it's enough time to get creative with it.
JPEG - March 21, 2014 at 1:44am
You should be talking Andriod. New Andriod phones come out everyday.
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