Update December 17, 2015

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iPhone sales will drop in 2016

Sumel Sarker


Morgan Stanley just published a bombshell report about Apple: chief financial analyst Katy Huberty predicts that — for the first time ever — sales of the iPhone will drop in 2016.

17 December 2015, Nirapad News: A research note by Huberty says the bank expects unit sales of the iPhone to decline in Apple’s 2016 financial year by nearly 6% (that is the equivalent of 2.9% in the 2016 calendar year). iPhone sales have increased every single year since launch. In the 2007 fiscal year, the first year the iPhone was on sale, the Cupertino company shifted 1.4 million units. Even in the post-iPhone 5S period, when sales growth was at its previous weakest, Apple never actually had negative unit sales growth. By FY2012, this had jumped to 125 million units; FY2015 clocks in at 231 million, according to data compiled by Statista.Asfar

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