“Apple is expected to ship as many as 30.3 million iPhones this quarter, says investment firm Susquehanna,” Lance Whitney reports for CNET.
“That estimate is up from the firm’s prior projection of 27.1 million. And for Apple’s full fiscal 2012 year, which started in October, the company could ship as many as 111.4 million iPhones, up from Susquehanna’s previous estimate of 104.4 million,” Whitney reports. “The changes to the forecast stem from the continued heavy demand for the iPhone 4S along with reports that some of the supply chain constraints seem to have been resolved. As a result, Apple has increased its iPhone build plans for both the current quarter and the first quarter of calendar year 2012, says Susquehanna.”
Whitney reprots, “Looking ahead to next year, Susquehanna expects Apple to unveil the iPhone 5 sometime around June.”
Read more in the full article here.