“With a new iPhone expected in October, Apple is poised to reap record sales of the device in its December quarter — far beyond some of Wall Street’s more aggressive estimates,” John Paczkowski reports for AllThingsD. “How far?”
“BTIG analyst Walter Piecyk, whose official estimate calls for Apple to sell 21.5 million in the fourth quarter of this year, argues it could end up selling 30 million — 10 million of them in the U.S. alone,” Paczkowski reports. “‘Since the iPhone 4 has been launched we estimate that AT&T and Verizon have represented 30 percent of Apple’s unit volume,’ Piecyk wrote in a note to clients Wednesday. ‘If the US continues to represent 30 percent of Apple’s iPhone sales, it would imply a global iPhone demand for as many as 30 million iPhones in calendar Q4…'”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Edward Weber” for the heads up.]