iPhone 6s component orders reductions, though the last analyst memo was for as much as a 15% cut across the suppliers' board. In any case, the expected iPhone shipments are now estimated to be below 80 million for this, and 45-50 million for the next quarter. Credit Suisse also made an adjustment in the total annual forecast for the upcoming calendar year next calendar year from 242 million to 222 million iPhones sold, reflecting the purported tapering demand for the iPhone 6s.It's not the first time we are hearing reports on
According to contrarian investors, Apple's upgrade cycle has hit a plateau with the iPhone 6s, which hasn't made as many owners of the iPhone 6 to switch, as there were jumps from the 4" iPhone 5s to the 4.7" iPhone 6 last year. Despite all the other devices and services that Apple sells, the iPhone is still its bread-and-butter business, so any leveling off in its demand will result in tepid earnings growth for Apple, which is seemingly enough to spook investors these days, regardless of the company's $200+ billion cash pile.