- Nov 27, 2012
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Currently, Apple is catching up with the demand for its new iPhones, but it seems that the company could face more problems in 2015. According to UBS analyst Steven Milunovich, Apple could face iPhone 6 shortages next year:
"Given the ramp in [December] we do expect a sequential decline of 40% or so in March, mostly in the smaller iPhone 6. We think interest in the larger 6 Plus may be greater than Apple expected, necessitating a mix shift."
The analyst also added that sales in the US have been 3-to-1 in favor of the smaller iPhone 6, but that may be underestimating true 6 Plus demand given tight supply. Let's hope that Apple manages to focus on the iPhone 6 Plus production, without hindering the manufacturing process of the iPhone 6.