and CNBC doesn't even bother to say the ramp up in 5S. WSJ buried the 5S in the b**S about the 5C. Never bothered to say that the asian guy predicted 50% cut now we learn less than 20% at one manufacturer and 30% at the other. AAPL could have build a large inventory now they want to slow things up to scale up the 5S that is more in demand and more pofitable.
This is abosolutly insane and unethical WSJ bureis the news that 2 exc said AAPL increase the 5S production. CNBC doesn't even say this just the 5C. Also not a word that that asian anlysts predicted 50% cut and here we hear a less than 20% and 30% the other. Here is the true article this is a real unfair and AAPL hate:
Citing sources familiar with the matter, the WSJ claims Apple notified both suppliers that it would be cutting iPhone 5c shipments for the fourth quarter, with Pegatron seeing orders reduced by less than 20 percent, while Foxconn will cut production by roughly one third. Analysts estimate Pegatron makes two thirds of all iPhone 5c units, while Foxconn handles the remaining third, the report said. As a result of the trimmed orders, Foxconn has purportedly stopped hiring new workers. In addition to the assembly line slowdown, one iPhone 5c component supplier received word that orders would be slashed by 50 percent. It should be noted that orders placed with a single component supplier is not an accurate gauge of consumer demand.
Seemingly buried in the WSJ article is mention of two Foxconn executives who said that along with the iPhone 5c cuts, Apple has raised orders for the more profitable iPhone 5s. The publication did not elaborate on specific numbers.
WSJ also said they are increasing 5S yet CNBC quotes only half of the headline. We knew that last week i don't understand why float this again. Ha OPEX hate pure hate by CNBC and WSJ
This is another criminal activity by the media to relate the tax manipulations to AAPL even thogh Goog Sbux MSFT AMZN etc..... use this to waste money on the bankrupt US
Apple is rumored to be holding an invitation-only event on October 22, according to All Things D’s sources. Although this event will likely center on the launch of a new iPad product, it might also include a China Mobile deal announcement as well
It appears that Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) long-rumored deal with China Mobile (NYSE:CHL) may soon be announced. A recently leaked image posted on China’s CTech website shows a China Mobile promotional poster that advertises a November 11 launch date for Apple’s iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.The poster also indicates that Apple’s new iPhones will be compatible with China Mobile’s 4G network. The TD-LTE versions of Apple’s iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C have already been licensed for use on the country’s 4G network, but China Mobile is still waiting on an operating license from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
Although other leaked images of China Mobile posters advertising iPhones have already emerged online, this is the first poster to include a specific launch date. According to Ctech, the poster also notes that the 4G network will have a top speed of 100Mbps, which is 10 to 20 times faster than the 3G network.
The November 11 launch date advertised on this poster also appears to confirm a prediction that Wedge Partners analyst Jun Zhang made earlier this month. “We believe China Mobile will launch four iPhone models in November, including 5S and 5C. The current procurement is very small, about 200K-250K units. We expect China Mobile will launch more [4G] smartphones in 2014,” wrote Zhang in a recent note to investors via Investor’s Business Daily. China Mobile’s advertising leak isn’t the only sign that Apple is preparing to announce a deal with the world’s largest carrier. A recent job posting on Apple’s China website sought a manager who has experience with the TD-SCDMA network. The TD-SCDMA network is a 3G standard that is only used by China Mobile in the country.Although China Mobile is the world’s largest carrier with over 750 million subscribers, it has never had a distribution deal with the Cupertino-based iPhone maker. Apple is rumored to be holding an invitation-only event on October 22, according to All Things D’s sources. Although this event will lik
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iPhone 5s and 5c approved for China Mobile, the world's biggest carrier Mobile
By Daniel Cooper posted Oct 14th, 2013 at 4:09 AM
Apple's mission to bring the iPhone to the world's largest mobile operator has apparently dragged on since 2007. Now, however, it finally looks as if Tim Cook's latest round of secret negotiations has paid off. TENAA, China's equivalent to the FCC, has released documents clearing a pair of iPhones packing GSM-enabled TD-LTE radios. Considering that China's other two carriers (Telecom and Unicom) both use CDMA-variants, this is a very hefty hint that the iPhone 5s and 5c will shortly be available to China Mobile's 740-million plus subscribers.
Hey wortless poster child esterday to remind you that Nasdaq down 17 points AAPL u 1.2% so what say you pos poster
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