[HOT] : Apple set to smash sales record with iPhone 13 release

Apparently, there’s no better time than the launch of a new iPhone to be an Apple investor. JPMorgan expects Apple’s iPhone 13 Announcement and Following Sales Help Apple Break Records in Fiscal Year 2022.

According to Counterpoint Research, sales of the iPhone 12 series crossed the 100 million mark within seven months of launch. Most notably, they did so two months faster than those of the iPhone 11 series. Current market research trends show tremendous momentum for the iPhone 12 series, and it can be said that these current demands are growing. will result in the latest model from Apple.

According to Samik Chatterjee, analyst at JPMorgan, Apple enthusiasts will continue to drive sales. “In our opinion, Apple has already guided quite conservatively,” Chatterjee said in an investor statement seen by Apple Insider.

“We believe it can still meet its conservative forecast based on existing iPhone 12 sales momentum, as well as Mac and iPad sales momentum, and a normal ship-to-ship schedule. at the end of September will imply an increase ”.

Chatterjee also noted that easing COVID-19 restrictions across the world could potentially slow Apple’s sales growth, and there were already rumors surrounding potential shipping delays due to supply chain shortages. supply and pandemic delays.

Loss of growth?

Currently, growth is 30%, which in the long run is unsustainable. This situation is also linked to the recent lawsuit filed by Apple over in-app purchases, which could potentially hurt the company’s bottom line if it is not allowed to take its traditional part and consumers are allowed to pay with methods. alternatives, although this concern was tempered by Katy Huberty, analyst at Morgan Stanley, who says the impact will be 2% even in a worst-case scenario.

Besides the iPhone 13, we also expect to see the AirPods 3 and the Apple Watch Series 7. Many rumors have already revealed the specifications, design and features of the devices that will be announced. All that’s left to do is watch the “California Streaming” livestream at 7 p.m. French time on Tuesday, September 14.

Tagged in :

, ,