According tomedia reports, the new generation of iPhones has a stock of about 75 million units. It’s the same level as last year and the year before. Apple has also asked component suppliers to keep their stock about the same as last year, and the supply chain is now in stock.
In the case of Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, which Apple launched in September 2014, iPhone sales in the third and fourth quarters of 2014 totaled nearly 74.5 million units, up 14.5 percent from 65 million units in the same period a year earlier. There are exceptions, of course, when the iPhone XR went on sale in November 2018, Apple immediately adjusted its supply chain orders, and last year the iPhone 11 series was priced correctly, with overall sales up about 10 percent from the same period in 2018.
Apple’s new iPhone stock surge led to a high level of market investment in Apple concept stocks, TSMC, Da liguang, Southern Power, TPK-KY shares straight up and down the price. But Apple’s concept stocks were mixed, with shares in two star companies, Orphean and Blues Technologies, fluctuating sharply on September 1st when a sudden news broke that Theofi Touch had been removed from Apple’s supply chain list. Although both companies issued a clarification response in the first time, but the share price was still greatly affected, as of the close of the day, Ophefeguang fell 6.61 percent, Blues Technology rose 5.24 percent.