“The average sales figure from the 17 analysts was 77.3 million iPhones, which would represent a 3.4% increase over the 74.8 million Apple reported for the fourth quarter of 2015,” Keizer reports. “Analysts’ estimates ranged from a low of 75 million to a high of 80 million.”
Keizer reports, “Apple set a record for iPhone sales in 2015’s December quarter, but in each of the following three quarters, its iPhone numbers were down from the prior year’s.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Growth!
Oh, yeah, and Death to the S!