If it was up to the well-known Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple not manage to surpass last year’s record high sales of iPhones at 232 million. paragraph.
Apple’s iPhone has always sold well and will probably do it for years. While last year saw more records in, among other things, turnover and number of sold iPhones so look not quite as positive forecasts out this year.
Apple-analyst and Insider from KGI Securities, Ming-Chi Kuo, writes in a memo to the website Appleinsider that the downward sales figures for Apple can lead to the total sales of iPhones in 2016 ends in under 200 million. copies.
It sounds immediately by much (and is also very much), but it is probably not the numbers that Apple hopes-partly because Apple last year hit no less than 232 million. iPhones over the counter and in part because the long-awaited iPhone 7 and 7 Plus probably will be a little larger than the iPhone upgrade 6s and 6s Plus was it for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
The analyst believes to know that Apple will sell 85-95 million. iPhones in the first half, while the last six years of sales increases to 105 to 115 million. iPhones as a result of this fall’s great iPhone launch. In other words, an expected sale in the surrounding area of 190-210 million. copies, which is lower than Wall Street’s expectation for Apple at 210-230 million.
A very possible scenario will be, then, that Apple goes relatively sharply back to under 200 million. selling iPhones, which the analyst considers as being “likely”. The decrease is due to the need to replace its iPhone has fallen at these latitudes, while developing countries “have not yet obtained the lost” as it sounds. Also believed the next two iPhone 7s not being large enough upgrades to turn up on the downward sales numbers compared to the previous year.