Analyst bumps Q3 and cuts Q4 sales predictions of iPhone 5
0. phoneArena posted on 09 Oct 2012, 19:47
The iPhone 5 has been selling like gangbusters. The pace of iPhone 5 sales so far has been pretty amazing, and even more amazing given the bad press the phone has been getting from the mess that is the Maps app. Of course, the pace can't last, and now an analyst at RBC Capital Markets has adjusted the predictions for iPhone sales to close out the year...
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3. Topcat488 posted on 09 Oct 2012, 19:54 4 7
I bought the orignal galaxy note, back in May 2012, because it took too long for the Ip5 to come out.
4. prakesh posted on 09 Oct 2012, 20:13 5 2
lols! i dnt thnk so they sell that much, they expct to sell 8million during launching but they did only 5million
so if they expect 47 divided by 2 so more or less 25million haha
6. Jelly_Bean posted on 09 Oct 2012, 20:45 7 1
Apple --------> Giving wrong figures in media and conference just to attract more crowd. This is just another marketing stunt to attract more sh33p...!!!
In reality they are loosing their ground in the market. Just look at their shares just dropping day after day.....!!!!
11. quakan posted on 09 Oct 2012, 22:37 2 2
The shares dropping doesn't mean they're losing ground, it just means that the price per share was more than likely overvalued and that price is heading to a more reasonable number. That price hike drew in plenty of suckers who felt like they were about to win big. Never buy stocks off hype, Facebook stock holders learned that the hard way.
7. GoBears posted on 09 Oct 2012, 21:11 9 1
I couldn't care less as long as I never have to use one.
8. Bozzor posted on 09 Oct 2012, 21:38 3 0
I do think that despite the amazing success Apple has had to date, they are about to face the strongest competition ever this coming holiday season. We have the new Windows 8 phones coming out along with the supposed next generation Nexus handsets, one of which may well sport a 1080p screen with a 5 inch diagonal. Then there are the Blackberry 10 handsets arriving early next year, which may well be enough to stem part of the tide. Sure, it's not as if Apple is going to suddenly see its market share collapse, but it will likely find it harder to achieve the same growth rates it has in the past.
10. oister85 posted on 09 Oct 2012, 22:37 1 0
Apple is been surpass with technology i dont think they have competition is about apple fan royalties
12. lubba posted on 09 Oct 2012, 22:45 2 1
They can predict everything about the iPhone yet they can't predict the end of the world.