Apple (AAPL) Q1 iPhone Shipments Likely Missed January Expectations says OTR Global
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OTR Global says Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) Q1 iPhone shipments likely missed January expectations following a survey with 18 Asian supply chain executives. Notes the miss is likely due to poor demand for the new XR and XS models.
OTR believes total Q1 iPhone unit shipments are around 37-42 million compared with 40-45 million expected for January.
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