Sina Technology News early morning on December 10 Beijing time wrote. “The market speculation about the 2020 iPhone lineup continues to heat up, including the iPhone SE 2 and the iPhone 12.” Despite, Apple Is Cutting The Production of the iPhone 11 series. Rosenblatt Securities releases the latest investor report. This report details the market expectations for these new smartphones and Apple’s iPhone 11 production plan.
Zhang Jun, an analyst at Rosenblatt Securities, said. “Apple is cutting iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max production, with the largest reduction in output 25%.” Zhang Jun predicts that the production of the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max will decrease by 60%. The analyst said that the decline in output may be due to a decline in user interest in 4G smartphones.
Also read: iPhone 11 Pro Max Rated as the Best Phone by Consumer Reports
On the other hand, analyst Katy Huberty has rebutted claims that Apple is cutting production. Huberty said, that in the past two weeks, she has met with Apple’s CFO Luca Maestri and supply chain partners. The overall performance of the iPhone 11 series products such as Max is strong.
One thing to point out is that Rosenblatt tends to be very pessimistic about Apple. So far, other Wall Street analysts have been much more optimistic about the iPhone 11 lineup. Specifically, it is said that the iPhone 11 sales are far better than expected, and the iPhone 11 Pro in the United States (sales) also exceeded expectations.
Rosenblatt Securities also made predictions in this report that Apple will release six new iPhone 12 models in 2020. The basic model will be iPhone 12 4G with a 6.1-inch LCD (liquid crystal display) panel and dual cameras on the back. In addition, Apple is expected to launch two iPhone 12 Pro devices with a 5.4-inch OLED (organic light-emitting diode) display and dual rear cameras. The difference between the two is to support 4G and 5G networks, respectively. According to the report, the high-end model Apple will launch is the iPhone 12 Pro Plus, which will be available in 4G and 5G versions. In addition, the ultra-high-end model iPhone 12 Pro Max will also be launched, which only supports 5G networks.