Goldman Sachs researchers: Apple holding MacBook, iPhone question

Partly because of the shortage, Apple products have been hit by supply delays for some time now. However, going forward, a new research report by Goldman Sachs suggests that the transfer times of the devices will improve. Together with the iPhones, he mentioned the importance of launching the new 14 ”MacBook Pro and 16” MacBook Pro. The Apple Watch Series 7 is also less equipped.

At the moment, it is predicted that only the newer MacBook Pro models and iPhone models that have a shorter supply will be available. There is no word on the Apple Watch supply, at least not yet.

IPhones sales continue to be solid

“The MacBook Pro’s lead time is up but has steadily declined since launch on October 18,” read a study report published by Goldman Sachs. “What we believe from the data is that Apple’s offer is slowly coming to terms with both iPhone and Macs at this point in the baby.”

The iPhone 13 Pro is offered in short supply but does not leave people interested. Delivery times have been delayed but sales traffic has been strong. Powerful buyers do not end up buying some other branded device.

“Leading times for [16-inch] Models were suspended in Europe last week but are down in other areas, ”Goldman Sachs researchers wrote. “We believe this is in line with the early pulse of demand for these high-performance laptops from power consumers who are careful to buy early with supply now fulfilling demand.”

Study notes continue to add that the transfer times of MacBooks have been reduced by 4 to 7 days. The comparison has been compared to the transfer times of previous weeks. The supply is expected to continue to grow.

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