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Opinion: Earnings show that the iPhone X was a huge success, even if Apple hoped for more

Prior to yesterday’s AAPL earnings report, all the speculation about iPhone sales was doom-and-gloom. Although analysts were predicting that Apple would hit its guidance – and it would have been a dramatic shock if it had failed to do so – anyone reading the reports could be forgiven for thinking iPhone sales were tanking.

In particular, it appeared that the iPhone X was very far from the success that analysts had earlier predicted.

The early talk was of a new ‘supercycle’ – that the radical new design of the iPhone X would lead to the same kind of dramatic boost to sales we saw when Apple made its move into larger-screened phones with the iPhone 6. But that idea didn’t last long, as subsequent reports suggesting that Apple was now halving its sales expectations for the quarter …

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2018-05-02T15:39:16+02:00May 2nd, 2018|Categories: News, Technology|Tags: |

Opinion: Earnings show that the iPhone X was a huge success, even if Apple hoped for more

Prior to yesterday’s AAPL earnings report, all the speculation about iPhone sales was doom-and-gloom. Although analysts were predicting that Apple would hit its guidance – and it would have been a dramatic shock if it had failed to do so – anyone reading the reports could be forgiven for thinking iPhone sales were tanking.

In particular, it appeared that the iPhone X was very far from the success that analysts had earlier predicted.

The early talk was of a new ‘supercycle’ – that the radical new design of the iPhone X would lead to the same kind of dramatic boost to sales we saw when Apple made its move into larger-screened phones with the iPhone 6. But that idea didn’t last long, as subsequent reports suggesting that Apple was now halving its sales expectations for the quarter …

more…

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Author:

Ben Lovejoy

https://9to5mac.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/mac1.png?w=32

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2018-05-02T15:39:16+02:00May 2nd, 2018|Categories: News, Technology|Tags: |