The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 Pro would be sold in trucks, according to analyst forecasts and supply chain feedback. However, some still doubt that the new iPhone can trigger a super sales cycle. As a result, JP Morgan’s Samik Chatterjee is quite reluctant about the iPhone 12’s rise, believing that the 5G rollout won’t be enough to sustain demand (which is unsurprising given the low 5G coverage rate in many countries). Chatterjee continues to expect 237.5 million iPhones to be sold in 2021, which would be well above the values for 2019 and 2020.
On the other hand, the wearables category would work like a charm: Apple Watch, HomePod mini and other AirPods would sell like hot cakes, which in turn heralds double-digit growth rates. As for the Mac, the M1 should literally make the results explode. The analyst predicts sales of $ 32 billion in 2021! Last but not least, the iPad would be unsurpassed with estimated sales of $ 24.8 billion. Who spoke about the crisis?