JP Morgan predicts Apple sold nearly 20M iPhones in record June quarter

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  • Reply 21 of 24
    rcomeaurcomeau Posts: 28member
    How does one predict the past? The headline should read "JP Morgan estimates Apple sold..."



    No?
  • Reply 22 of 24
    stelligentstelligent Posts: 2,680member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by cloudgazer View Post


    I'd say that's more of a big deal within the geek community - non Geeks don't have strong feeling's about Apple as a company, and tend if anything to have vague privacy concerns about Google as a company.



    Out there amidst the teeming masses of the technologically clueless it doesn't come down to apps, or notifications or liking corporate ethos - it comes down to whether they can afford it, and if they can whether they can justify the extra money for the luxury factor.



    Apple has a strong cachet that goes far, far beyond the geek community. I believe multiple surveys have shown that the iPhone is more popular amongst women whereas Android catches on more with men, particularly those who consider themselves technically savvy even if they are not true geeks.
  • Reply 23 of 24
    stelligentstelligent Posts: 2,680member
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by rcomeau View Post


    How does one predict the past? The headline should read "JP Morgan estimates Apple sold..."



    No?



    This site has an opening for an editor. Jump in and save them from such embarrassing headlines. Go for it!
  • Reply 24 of 24
    mdriftmeyermdriftmeyer Posts: 7,194member
    When Apple reaches that new contract with China's largest Telco perhaps then people will stop all this fantasy talk that Chinese will not pay for such a device.



    Apple adding a conservative 15-20 million more iPhones, never mind iPads in China will push conservative target prices upwards of $600/share.



    UBS already has a buy rating at a $510 target long before a single phone is sold on this upcoming relationship.
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