iPhone swoon? Not so fast:

“Foxconn’s Hon Hai is now on track for the fastest annual revenue growth since 2012,” Bloomberg’s Tim Culpan has posted via Twitter. “Apple has accounted for around 50% of sales throughout that time thanks to iPhone.”

 
Foxconn’s Hon Hai just reported Nov sales:

• 2nd highest monthly on record
• +5.6% Y/y
• +2% M/m
• Oct+Nov +12.9% Y/y
• YTD +16%

 

In addition, Culpan reports, Apple supplier Pegatron today announced year over year revenue growth of 43.01% for November.

MacDailyNews Take: We’ll just leave this here.

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz,” “Sarah,” and “Riffraff” for the heads up.]