Speculation about the iPhone lineup in 2020 continues to heat up, including the so-called "iPhone se 2" and "iPhone 12.". Rosenblatt securities released its latest investor report detailing market expectations for the new phones and Apple's iPhone 11 production plan.
Katie Huberty (Katy Huberty), an analyst at Morgan Stanley, on the other hand, refuted claims that Apple was cutting production. Huberty said she has met with Apple's CFO Luca Mestri (Luca Maestri) and supply chain partners in the past two weeks, and all indications are that the iPhone 11 line of products, such as the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, has been strong as a whole.
It should be noted that Rosenblatt's view of Apple tends to be very pessimistic. In its latest report, Rosenblatt reiterated its sell rating on Apple stock, with a target price of $150, while the current transaction price of apple stock is about $267 per share.
So far, other Wall Street analysts have been much more optimistic about the iPhone 11 lineup. Specifically, iPhone 11 sales are said to be much better than expected, and iPhone 11 Pro "is also better than expected in the US.".
According to the report, the high-end model Apple will launch at that time is the iPhone 12 Pro Plus, with 4G and 5g versions; in addition, it will launch the super high-end model "iPhone 12 Pro Max", which only supports 5g network.
The forecast is different from Guo Mingyu, an analyst at Tianfeng securities, who said last week that Apple will release four new iPhones with OLED panels in 2020, as well as the low-cost model "iPhone se 2".