“KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo weighed in on pre-orders for Apple iPhone 8 and Apple Watch Series 3,” StreetInsider reports.
“Kuo said it is very likely that iPhone X demand will cannibalize iPhone 8 pre-orders,” StreetInsider reports. “While it takes 3-6 weeks or more to ship new iPhone models after they are available for preorder, they see the iPhone 8 taking less than 1-2 weeks.”
“The analyst also notes significantly stronger-than-expected pre-order demand for Apple Watch Series 3’s GPS + Cellular version,” StreetInsider reports. “While Apple Watch shipments are well below iPhone shipments, they recommend investors start keeping tabs on this product due to significant marked shipment growth.”
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MacDailyNews Take: YKBAWID.
You know, we’re not convinced that Apple will be overrun with iPhone 8/Plus preorders. Yes, use the App Store app, in case, but it might be an easier night than you think. In fact, Apple just might have a problem on their hands, judging by the early results of our online poll. It’s early, but we expect Apple to market the living you-know-what out of the iPhone 8/Plus because, next to the iPhone X, it’s looking like a tough sell. — MacDailyNews, September 14, 2017
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