“iPhone day, that time of the year when Apple fans must wait in line to get their hands on the newest product, is turning into iPhone season,” Mark Milian reports for Bloomberg. “The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus came out on Sept. 19 in the U.S. and seven other countries, and there are still lines at Apple Stores filled with people who want to buy them.”
“‘Two months after the product release, it’s still not widely available,’ Gene Munster, an analyst at Piper Jaffray, said on Bloomberg West,” Milian reports. “‘The supply has been tight, but the reason is the demand seems to be better than what people had thought, [Munster said].'”
Milian reports, “Munster said the extended demand for new iPhones could produce better-than-usual results next quarter, and that might make investors rethink when they should get off the Apple wave next year.”
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