With Apple’s September results approaching ever so fast, many investors are eager to see what Apple will report next Tuesday. With that said, Wall Street made some predictions along with Gene Munster on how many iPhones Apple moved for the September quarter.
According to investment firm Piper Jaffray‘s analyst Gene Munster, the iPhone 6s availability is said to be far better than that of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 6. This study was conducted by surveying different states, stores and shipping from various iPhone 6s purchasers.
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
That is correct, Apple’s iPhone continues to drive growth for the company, once again the handset is accelerating the company to a record quarter. This left many analysts on Wall Street confident the company’s stock will continue to go higher. Read more
In a report which was done by half of the surveyed buyers who plan to purchase a smartphone in the next few months are eyeing an iPhone, compared to 47% following the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus announcement in September. Investment bank Piper Jaffray made a survey of 1,004 consumers in the U.S. this month, and the results were brought to us by analyst Gene Munster in a note to investors.
New survey data has showcased that the iPhone 6 may not be up on the wishlists the way some may have originally thought.
How attached are you to your money? Do you mind that your wallet loses weight occasionally or does it not bother you? Are you prepared to shell out more money for the new generation iPhone? Because that seems like a real possibility at this point.
If you thought that the love for the iPhone 5S was just blind loyalty to Apple, you apparently haven’t been keeping track of how consumers feel about the iPhone 5C. Read more
A new study from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster shows that over half of American teens that use a smartphone use an iPhone. Read more
Investment Bank Piper Jaffray announced the results of a new study that found that Apple’s iPhone depreciated at a lower rate than Samsung’s Galaxy series. Read more