A note was passed along and spread by Business Insider, Timothy Arcuri believes that Apple possibly stopped the new small version of the iPhone 5c, which would be the iPhone 6c. It was speculated to come in a 16GB version, however that could possibly change with; and users could only see the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus this fall.
Some recent highlights were made by an analyst, and pointed to Apple’s purchase commitments, which were disclosed in the company’s 10-Q filing this week. They show and represent a 26% year-over-year increase, and 15% sequential growth, despite rough comparisons.
Apple is set to unveil their third quarter fiscal results next week, which will happen on July 21st at 2:00 PM Pacific. Many analyst and research firms have been trying to predict Apple’s Q3 results, and also have released earning previews for the few months period ending June 30th. Read more
In recent news, analyst Ananda Baruah sent and issued a research note on Tuesday, this copy was sent to many sources that noted on the matter. Baruah reiterated his stance that The Wall Street Journal prediction and forecast for Apple were “materially low” through 2017.
Apple typically launches new iPhones in September, but this time around the company could bring the newest iPhone lineup to the market a bit earlier, if a new analysis by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is an indication. Read more
Analyst Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray, has been waiting for a fully-fledged Apple television set, he’s been predicting the imminent arrival of a 50+ inch TV with the shiny Apple logo on it for years now. Read more
Apple’s newest iPhone refresh is set for a major upgrade in the camera department, as the company reportedly relented and decided to join the megapixel race with a twelve-megapixel iSight camera on the back of the new iPhone. Read more
KGI Securities analyst ‘Ming-Chi Kuo’ recently issued to clients on Tuesday a note, in this note Kuo makes a number of predictions regarding the next iPhone line up, and much more. Read more
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, states that the iPhone 6 5.5-inch screen will come later in 2014, while the 4.7 will come on it’s normal launch date. Read more
A new report from a leading analyst on the cutting edge of iPhone technology has been reporting that the newest iPhone 6 – classified as an iPhablet – may not release this year at all. Read more