“By all appearances, Apple’s well-set for the coming quarter — inventory has improved, it’s going to pounce on holiday sales and shake competitors like wet rags, and overseas demand remains strong,” Richard Adhikari reports for MacNewsWorld.
“Demand for the iPad remains strong, iPhone sales continue to grow, Apple’s expanding significantly overseas, and lots of good stuff is expected to come down the pipeline, Barclays Capital said in a note about Apple to investors on Tuesday,” Adhikari reports. “The report said iPhone 4 ship times fell to 24 hours this week for the first time since the device hit the market. Barclays Capital expects iPhone 4 sales to remain strong into the December quarter, and it pegs them at 14.8 million units worldwide.”
Adhikari reports, “Barclays Capital forecasts that Apple will sell 54.2 million iPhone [units] worldwide in fiscal year 2011.”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “June M.” for the heads up.]