“Case in point: J.P. Morgan analyst Mark Moskowitz’s latest prediction on Apple’s fall iPhone production ramp-up,” Paczkowski reports. “Information coming out of Asia’s Apple-related supply chain suggests it is well poised for a big fall push.”
Paczkowski reports, “According to Moskowitz, Apple can produce 20 million so-called iPhone 5 units in the September quarter, and an additional 39 million in the December quarter. And if that proves to be the case, Apple will meet or beat J.P. Morgan’s total iPhone unit estimates of 39.4 million for the December 2012 quarter and 37.8 million units for the March 2013 quarter.”
Read more – including Moskowitz’s thought on Apple’s iPad mini (it’s real, he says) – in the full article here.