Analyst: Apple wants to simplify the new iPhone naming, no longer numbering it.

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 Analyst: Apple wants to simplify the new iPhone naming, no longer numbering it.


We think Apple may take advantage of this coming cycle to formally change its naming model of iPhone, he said. The mid-range LCD screen iPhone may be referred to as iPhone without any numeric numbering. The high-end iPhone will obviously retain the suffix of X to represent its increased specifications. It is not a new idea to change the naming of products that have been published continuously. IPad products have proved this before. The naming of iPad has changed from iPad2 to NewiPad, and the fifth generation of iPad has even changed to iPadAir, eventually returning to the simple iPad. Simplifying the name to iPhone and retaining the X name can also confuse consumers, because it is difficult to describe a specific model without certain terminology. In 2017, due to the limited supply of OLED panels, apple lacked the large size iPhoneX. The company believes that in the upcoming update, the 6.5 inch model can make up for what is considered noteworthy. In addition, the models that use the LCD screen will also be major upgrades, with the 3D sensing capabilities of iPhoneX, and more machine learning and enhancement of reality. The current rumors and guesses point to three iPhone offerings this fall, including the low - size 6.1 - inch LCD screen iPhone, and the 5.8 - inch and 6.5 - inch OLED screen iPhone. For the current iPhone, Guggenheim has cut its annual sales growth forecast from 3% in the same year to flat, on the grounds that the growth of iPhoneX is weaker than expected and the demand for the Chinese smartphone market is weak. Sigra wrote: Apple doesnt seem to be able to surpass in the smartphone market without growth. But Sigra expects iPhones average selling price (ASP) to grow by 15% over the same period last year, which will continue to boost iPhone revenue by 14% over the same period last year. Before Apple released its second quarter earnings, it was expected that Apples performance would not change much, including revenue growth of 15% to $60 billion 900 million, and $2.69 per share, up 28% from the previous year. However, West Heras forecast for the June season has been cut, and revenue is expected to drop from $52 billion 700 million to $49 billion 400 million, and earnings per share will drop from $2.15 to $1.93. IPhones shipments in the quarter were also considered to be lower than the previous forecast of 42 million 700 thousand to 39 million 400 thousand. Guggenheim continued to maintain its buy rating on Apple stocks, and the target price remained unchanged at $215 in 12 months. (small) source of this article: NetEase science and technology report editor: Wang Fengzhi _NT2541 But Sigra expects iPhones average selling price (ASP) to grow by 15% over the same period last year, which will continue to boost iPhone revenue by 14% over the same period last year. Before Apple released its second quarter earnings, it was expected that Apples performance would not change much, including revenue growth of 15% to $60 billion 900 million, and $2.69 per share, up 28% from the previous year. However, West Heras forecast for the June season has been cut, and revenue is expected to drop from $52 billion 700 million to $49 billion 400 million, and earnings per share will drop from $2.15 to $1.93. IPhones shipments in the quarter were also considered to be lower than the previous forecast of 42 million 700 thousand to 39 million 400 thousand. Guggenheim continued to maintain its buy rating on Apple stocks, and the target price remained unchanged at $215 in 12 months. (small)