The iPhone sales will fall to 2019 in 2018 as predicted by Apple. The market value of the company was $ 190 billion for 5 weeks. The value of Apple, which is 30 years old at the stock market to reach $ 190 billion, is equal to the total Greek national income.
Apple's market value of the first $ 1 trillion in the history of the US stock market, the expected iPhone sales fell. The market value of a company that exceeded $ 1.1 trillion on October 3 fell to $ 920 billion since yesterday.
In the past 5 weeks, this melting point of $ 190 billion in Apple's heavy fall since the first quarter of 2019 on the annual decline in sales of iPhone sales was effective.
Apple's market value began trading on the stock market in 1980 and reached $ 190 billion in 2010. In other words, the 30-year-old company has melted over a period of 5 weeks. This value, which Apple lost on the stock market, is equal to Greece's total national income.
The latest analysis by JP Morgan revealed that Apple's iPhone sales would fall year-on-year in 2018 and 2019, which is why sharp macroeconomic conditions are emerging in emerging markets.
On October 3, 2018, Apple's stock price dropped to $ 194, down 16.3 percent from November 12, 2018.
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Apple's latest smartphone models iPhone Xs and iPhone Xs Max sales have not yet reached the desired level because of their high prices, but one bad news is that the company has found another new iPhone XR model.
TF International Securities announced that the iPhone XR cut sales from 100 million to 70 million due to high prices and Huawei and its Chinese competitors.
Sales in the global smartphone market are four quarters of a continuous decline, after the financial results announced last Apple drew attention to the tightening of Apple CEO Tim Cook and Turkey, India, Brazil and announced it goes well with sales on emerging markets like Russia.
The announcement of the company earlier this month that we will no longer explain the volume of sales of iPhone yap has also been a factor in reducing sales forecasts for the iPhone's future.
Necdet Çalışkan / Haberturk.com