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Apple: Heavily Scrutinized, Yet Still Underestimated

Apple: Heavily Scrutinized, Yet Still Underestimated

Rarely is there a time when Apple is not a battleground stock. As for Apple's iPhone sales, which account for about ~50% of revenues, analysts and reporters are left to divine the demand from tight-lipped suppliers and delivery wait times. Throughout the last few weeks, analysts have read solid demand for sales in the high-end models and tepid demand at the lower end.