Demand for the iPhone 15 is predicted to be lower than for the iPhone 14

In accordance with the predictions of Ming-Chi Kuo, the well-known Apple analyst, the sales of the iPhone 15 might be less in contrast to the previous iPhone 14 series. If this happens, then it will have a significant impact on the revenue growth of Apple suppliers. Since less demand for iPhone 15 can affect the revenue of the suppliers for H2 this year.

The iPhone 15 demand is anticipated to be less than for iPhone 14

Well, this is quite an interesting claim despite the fact that the iPhone 15 series will feature Dynamic Island, Type-C ports, and other striking features. besides this, the Pro models will include some advanced specs and features. Although one might consider that the overall package of the iPhone 15 series is good enough to attract consumers. But Kuo has opposite beliefs in this scenario.

The analyst has not provided details on his claim but possibly it is about the price. Some previous reports suggested that the Pro models of the iPhone 15 series will be $100 to $200 more expensive than their ancestors in the US market. According to the rumors, the price for the base iPhone 15 models might remain unaffected or increase.

The price increase is anticipated in the US as well as in other markets

Besides the US market, the price increase might also impact other markets. It is assumed that the European market will see a hefty price increase.

In addition, Apple is introducing several new and unique features with the iPhone 15 series like thinner bezels, periscope telephoto camera, and titanium frame for the Pro models. It is assumed that the upcoming iPhone 15 series might debut in September or October. Some sources claim that the debut might be postponed to October given the issues with the display.

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