Apple Expected To Sell $80 Million IPhones In Q3 And Q4

Posted: Jun 12 2014, 11:39pm CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

Apple Expected To Sell $80 million iPhones In Q3 and Q4
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Apple could be having a very good year with high sales continuing through rest of the year

The number of iPhones that Apple sells each year is something that is often discussed and surrounded by a great deal of speculation. According to Morgan Stanley’s Smartphone Tracker, though, there is absolutely no reason to be concerned about dropping sales.

Their report shows that the current quarter could end with 39 million in iPhone sales, which means they are going to keep up a 25% growth. Important in their speculation, though, are the reports for Q3 and Q4. They are pointing to 41.59 million in fiscal Q4, which is an incredible number, although it could be higher if they do in fact release the iPhone 6 when they are expected to.

iPhone sales already grow over 80% during the Holiday Season, when everyone is looking for the best high tech gadget to give as a gift, with Morgan Stanley pointing to Holiday Seasons from 2011 and 2012 as further proof. This kind of growth was also seen when they announced the iPhone 5S and 5C.

This, of course, isn’t always the best way of knowing whether or not Apple will have a successful year. Their previous reports were off by millions of devices, although it is important to note that the reports were UNDER the actual amount sold. Combined with the recent stock split, this makes this one of the best times to invest in a company that is set to have an incredible year.

Source: dazeinfo

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Bijon Kumar Pramanik is an experienced technology writer working since years in the consumer electronics field.




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