| ||Thread Tools|
|11th January 2016, 07:06||#1|
Join Date: May 2010
Apple hurt by poor sales
A report from Digitimes Research (DR) estimates that shipments of the iPhones will fall by between five and 10 percent during the first calendar quarter of this year.
The iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus haven’t sold very well and while Apple had a bumper fourth quarter in 2015 with a growth rate of 50 percent, that’s not expected to continue in the first quarter.
Sales of Apple iPhones represent over 60 percent of revenues, according to analysts at DR.
Apple has its phones manufactured by a number of Asian vendors but DR said there are discrepancies between production volumes and sales volumes of the 6S and 6S plus. It believes that as many as 15 million iPhone 6S phones will be booked as “deferred sales” for Apple’s fiscal first quarter 2016.
In plain English, that means phones are sitting in warehouses gathering dust.
|Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|Microsoft beats Apple in Tablet sales||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||8th December 2015 15:19|
|Quanta bullish about Apple Watch sales||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||29th June 2015 08:22|
|Questions posed over Apple iPhone sales||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||25th September 2013 07:54|
|Apple stays quiet on iPhone 5C sales||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||18th September 2013 09:33|
|Hon Hai second half sales depend on Apple||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||13th May 2013 10:22|
|Apple iPhone Sales Fall in China||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||30th July 2012 10:16|
|Apple sales falter||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||26th July 2012 08:22|
|Apple's Q3 hardware sales by the numbers||Stefan Mileschin||WebNews||0||25th July 2012 08:14|
|Intel X48 chipset may hurt X38 sales||jmke||WebNews||0||16th October 2007 10:54|
|Intel's Recent Chipsets Show Poor Sales||Sidney||WebNews||0||9th May 2005 06:35|