Only two months after the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus they were thrown analyst KGI Securities Ming-Chi Kuo, he believes that demand for smartphones has already "peaked". This comes as a result of a growing decline in the monthly shipment of smartphones from November.
It is worth mentioning that Ming-Chi Kuo predicted that foreign suppliers of Apple will give less priority to shipments of iPhones, up down about 5% to 15% in November and December, because the demand is lower than expected, caused by A lack of significant improvements in the smartphone.
Like the iPhone 7 4.7 inches, which represents a higher proportion of shipments of iPhone, kept in stock in major world markets, so it is believed that iPhone shipments forecast for the coming months would be less.
As previously stated, iPhones shipment forecasts will be lower due to lower-than-expected demand (probably caused by a lack of new 4.7-inch iPhone 7 specs); and deadlines for delivery of orders online iPhone 7 Plus 5.5 - inch, implying slowing of demand.
On the other hand, Kuo noted that the phenomenon of lack of stock is given when a new iPhone is released with a fixed capacity (production, distribution, etc.) and is not only due to strong demand. Kuo reiterated his prediction about a decline in shipping of the iPhone in the first quarter of 2017, due to lower demand and fierce competition in China.
At the moment, the public is looking forward to the release of the iPhone 8 in 2017, hoping that the Cupertino company will break with the design and specifications schemes that have accompanied it during these last years.