“We won’t learn the actual results until they are released later this month, but most analysts who follow the stock have already made educated guesses about how that quarter went, starting with Apple’s fastest-growing product line: the iPhone,” Elmer-DeWitt reports.
“We’ve gathered some of those estimates and will add to the list as more come in,” Elmer-DeWitt reports. “They range from a high of 11.3 million iPhones from Broadpoint Amtech’s Brian Marshall to a low of 8.17 million from JP Morgan’s Mark Moskowitz.
Elmer-DeWitt reports, “Even at low end, that would represent a 10.8% increase from the previous record of 7.37 million iPhones, set last September.”
See the list of analyst iPhone sales estimates in the full article here.