JP Morgan cuts estimate of Q1 Apple iPhone X production by 25%, Q2 production by 44%

Over at securities firm JP Morgan, analyst Narci Chang is taking an axe to his estimate of Apple iPhone X production for the first half of 2018. From January through March (Apple's fiscal second quarter of 2018), Chang now expects Apple to produce 15 million units of the tenth-anniversary model. That is a drop of 5 million handsets from his original prediction. For the second quarter, the analyst lowered his estimate by a whopping 44%...
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63. c.m.s

Posts: 235; Member since: Dec 10, 2017

You go ahead and stick to your rumors, guesses and speculations (which have been proven wrong on many occasions). I stick with facts and hard numbers. The fact is that Apple delivered spot on (or even better) than they expected. You do not need unit specific sales to see that iPhone X sold very well, the ASP (and revenue) told us that. And add Tims comments to Apple investors as a bonus.

65. TheOracle1

Posts: 2216; Member since: May 04, 2015

I see that you're back to the good old ASP argument. Read your comment out loud and see how ridiculous it sounds referring to the Apple ceo by his first name as if you're bum chums (no pun intended). Your fawning is frankly nauseating.

68. c.m.s

Posts: 235; Member since: Dec 10, 2017

I’m going back to facts, you should try it sometime. Yeah, trust a nonamed source on the internet and people with a crystal ball is so much better than trust what an CEO for a company that has all eyes on it are saying to it’s _investors_...

37. hindnowattca1981

Posts: 7; Member since: Mar 03, 2018

Great decision Morgan . . . .. !

49. Akraw

Posts: 70; Member since: Apr 02, 2012

i never used any biometric security because i am using htc's 2013 flagship and will directly use iphone x face id so i will never know if i am gonna miss touch id

64. Trex95

Posts: 2380; Member since: Mar 03, 2013

Some countries has VAT that adding to price that’s why IPhone X cost a lot even though Galaxy S9 plus will cost around 1000$+ with VAT.

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