Reported that production of iPhone 11 Pro was cut by 25%, the reason is the next-generation 5G-compatible iPhone
It is rumored that
Analyst: Apple cutting iPhone 11 Pro production by 25%, consumers focused on 5G iPhone 12 lineup-9to5Mac
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Meanwhile, Jun Chan, RosenblattSecurities analyst, released information on iPhone production plans. According to him, Apple plans to cut the production of iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max by up to 25% from the initial schedule in the quarter from December 2019 to March 2020. As a result, the production of the iPhone 11/11 Pro / 11 Pro Max, the 2019 model iPhone, is expected to decrease by 60% compared to the previous quarter. Chan explains why the production of iPhone 11 Pro will be significantly lower than originally planned, because consumers are less interested in 4G smartphones.
Meanwhile, Morgan Stanley analyst Katie Habati refutes Chang's report. Habati tells Street Insider that he's convinced that the iPhone 11 series is still very popular after interacting with Apple's Luka Maestri CFO and supply chain actors.
In response to a series of reports, 9to5Mac, which reports Apple-related news, “It ’s important to remember that RosenblattSecurities is very bearish against Apple. (16,000 yen), but Apple shares are currently trading at about $ 267 (about 29,000 yen). '
In addition to Morgan Stanley analysts, many analysts are making much more optimistic expectations for the iPhone 11 series, and in October 2019 iPhone 11 sold more than originally expected, so the number of units produced Is reported to have increased 8 million units. There is also a report that the iPhone 11 Pro was in demand more than expected in the United States.
RosenblattSecurities predicts that “Apple will release six iPhone models in 2020”. The details of the 6 models are the iPhone 12 which is a dual camera equipped with a 6.1 inch liquid crystal display, which is the successor of the iPhone 11, and the 5.4 inch OLED (organic EL display) dual camera which is the successor of the iPhone 11 Pro. Two models of iPhone 12 Pro (4G model and 5G model), two models of iPhone 12 Pro Plus (4G model and 5G model), and 5G-compatible premium model iPhone 12 Pro It will be “Max”.