Gene Munster, a long time analyst and purveyor of research notes related to Apple’s business, thinks the company is now entering a new phase, one of “greater iPhone visibility”. He predicts that Apple’s strength going forward will be about services and sustained iPhone sales, and not necessarily unit sales figures and product hype.
That’s a nice way to basically say the company’s market share in smartphones has or is about to peak. Even so, that’s not a bad thing – continued sales growth that goes on forever is simply impossible.
Munster expects Apple to sell about 220 million iPhones…
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