Rosenblatt’s Jun Zhang says he looks for iPhone X cuts in the first fiscal quarter to circle 3 million- not the massive 10 million bears are expecting.
Guggenheim’s Rob Cihra is more confident than consensus on AAPL, calling for a strong performance in the fiscal year ahead.
Piper Jaffray’s Michael Olson notes that in his seventh annual CIO survey, Apple’s iOS commands sustained “dominant enterprise share.”
Apple in strong standing for upside in its FQ1 print; Amazon showcases meaningful prospects to capture U.S. wallet share.
The Loup Ventures team makes bold calls for what to expect from tech leaders in the new year, confident on TSLA, AAPL, and AMZN stories.
Piper Jaffray’s Michael Olson notes that following an encouraging iPhone buyer survey, it is achievable for Apple to hit $720 in iPhone ASP; as such, shares have the potential to soar.
Rosenblatt’s Jun Zhang also highlights that iPhone X sales looked solid in the North American market during the course of the holiday season.
The infamous billionaire who fell to the most massive case of fraudulence that has ever taken down a hedge fund firm is cutting his stakes in two of the tech-verse’s favorite giants by half.