For several months now, Asia has been experiencing several commercial, health and geopolitical crises which cause delays in the supply of the various internal components of electronic devices. The iPhone is one of the first victims, so that a JPMorgan analyst has chosen to look into the subject. Objective: to guide investors with information which is certainly based on estimates and leaks, but which emanates directly from production circuits and sellers.
For Samik Chatterjee, who has worked at the bank for more than ten years, particularly in the automotive sector, the iPhone 13s would thus always require more time than their predecessors to arrive in the mailboxes of customers and Apple Stores, on a scale. global. The situation would nevertheless have improved compared to the third quarter, allowing the manufacturer to guarantee sufficient stocks for Christmas.
Don’t miss the boat for December 25
If you want to give an iPhone 13, an iPhone 13 mini or one of the two iPhone 13 Pro under the tree this year, don’t worry. Apple has indeed recently communicated some indications which allow to know more about the deadlines not to be exceeded to please those close to them. In France, everyone will have to order before Wednesday, December 22. After this day, the mobile is likely to arrive in January.
Other estimates have been specified for the brand’s other devices, such as Apple Watch, iPad, Mac, AirPods, HomePod mini, AirTags or even Apple TV. We have compiled the most important data in this article, based on the most popular products at the moment.
Record in sight for the end of 2021
Apple looks set to reach new heights anyway when it announces its next quarterly results. The last of the year is indeed the most profitable for the firm in general, thanks to the gifts but also to Black Friday Week. The $ 120 billion in sales could be exceeded, which could then once again propel AAPL stock to the top of valuations on Wall Street. A title which is currently delighted by that of Microsoft, according to the most recent results of the New York Stock Exchange.