In recent news, analyst have been giving their educated guesses ahead of Tuesday’s earning call report. With that said, we will show you both amateur and pro analyst predictions on how many units the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus moved, which comes in by Fortune.
In addition, we do know that Apple sold 13 million iPhone 6s and 6s Plus units over the new models’ launch weekend last month. Something worth noting, only sales completed through the first half of the weekend are included in the upcoming quarter being reported. With that said, what are the analyst saying about the rest of the last quarter?
Looking over to Fortune, who puts the average estimate from analyst at 48.72 million iPhones sold, which is up from 39.72 million actually sold last year during the same quarter — which didn’t include China at launch. Something that is kinda interesting, the prediction aligns with KGI’s forecast of 48.5 million iPhone units sold last quarter.
Looking to the lower spectrum, Sundeep Bajikar of Jefferies predicts around 45 million iPhone units sold, while Sherri Scribner of Deutsche Bank predicts 51.10 million units sold at the highest. You can check out the chart that Fortune posted up on their site, showing amateurs in green and pros in blue, as seen below:
With this chart and their predictions, we will be able to compare the actual numbers on Tuesday’s call to see if they are accurate or not.
Source info: Fortune
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