According to Rosenblatt Securities prediction, Apple reduced its older iPhone production in the third quarter. Rosenblatt Securities shared this information with AppleInsider.
Analysts at Rosenblatt Securities believe that Apple will not be able to maintain its market share in China after its sour trade relations with China, even though tech giant sticks to its 2019 iPhone production plan.
Apple maintains 2019 iPhone Production Schedule
AppleInsider received this information from a "smartphone supply chain" note to investors. Rosenblatt believes that Apple will reduce its third-quarter "older iPhone model production" orders. However, the agency did not reveal which models would be affected by this change.
Surprisingly, Apple has maintained its 201
About Apple's 2018 models, Rosenblatt believes Apple has increased its inventory for the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max in the second quarter. 19659007] "It is credible that the higher stock may be from reduced shipments, although it may also be from Apple, not to cut the production for the models, as time draws closer to the launch of new phones in September."
For the iPhone XR, "normal Q2 seasonality" is the cause of the falling sales, and the model is said to be more dangerous. On the contrary, the iPhone XR was claimed to be the most popular smartphone in North America during the March quarter.
About the loss of iPhone's market share, Rosenblatt cites "increasing tension between the United States and China" as a primary reason. This is in line with what other analysts have to say about selling iPhone in China. Since the United States has imposed restrictions on Huawei, it is expected that Chinese consumers will not accept Apple products.
Signing of …
When it comes to market share, Apple has a clear loss in China as the trade relations between the two nations are bitter. Apple has to explore other markets to increase sales of its future iPhones.
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