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IPhone Demand Continues To Be Strong, And Demand Exceeds Supply

Recently, Apple's stock price has risen again. It hit a record high in intraday trading on December 9, mainly due to an optimistic report issued by Wall Street brokerage Wedbush analyst Dan Ives, pointing to strong demand for the iPhone and in short supply, and emphasizing that Apple has gotten rid of the shortage of supply. MarketWatch and "Barron's" reported that Ives issued a research report to maintain the "outperform" rating given to Apple stocks in the past 3 years, and maintain the target price at $200, citing strong demand for iPhone 13 and AR/VR The device is ready to go. Ives said that although the media focused on the issue of supply shortages, the bank’s survey of Apple Store, supply chain information and iPhone order delays confirmed the bank’s optimistic view that the current global demand for iPhone 13 is approximately higher than the supply. 10 million units. Ives estimates that even in the face of chip shortages and supply chain bottlenecks, Apple is still expected to sell more than 40 million iPhones during the Christmas season at the end of the year.

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