Analysts expect Apple to produce 90 million iPhones in the fourth quarter

Given that the supply chain has been volatile this year, Mizuho Securities on Tuesday lowered its forecast for Apple’s iPhone production in the December quarter, but raised its forecast for the iPhone in the March quarter next year and set it for 2022. Set a higher goal.

Investor Business Daily said: Mizuho Securities analyst Yasuo Nakane lowered his iPhone production forecast for the fourth quarter from 95 million to 90 million, which would mean a 4% year-on-year decline in production.

For the first quarter of next year, Nakane predicts that Apple will produce 66 million iPhones, an increase of 20% over the same period last year. He previously predicted that Apple will produce 59 million iPhones in the first quarter.

Nakane predicts that the output of the iPhone in 2022 will be 259 million units, which is a 9% increase from the company's estimated 237 million units in 2021.

In a report to customers, Nakane said that he is optimistic about Apple, and he cited the iPhone 13 's hot sales as an example, especially in China. In addition, he said that older models like the iPhone 12 continue to sell well.

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