Iphone 7


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Joe Natale
What we're seeing is sort of ... anemic appetite for the iPhone 8. The iPhone 10 price point is about 75 per cent higher than the iPhone 7. So it's a very expensive device. Inventory is a question mark in terms of what we will get.feedback
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Oct 19 2017
The latest person who has talked about Iphone 7 is Tim Cook: “It's that there are more rumors floating and more press articles and mentions of new things, and when that happens, a percentage of people delay. That probably affects us more in China than other places because there's a tendency there to buy the latest thing, although I have to say, the [iPhone] 7 Plus has done extraordinarily well there.”. You’ll find on this page all the other quotes of Tim Cook and all the other people that have spoken about Iphone 7. You can select these people and their quotes by date, by name, and you can easily have access to the articles from which they originated.
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Steven Milunovich

This time we find higher overall smartphone purchase intentions the next six months with iPhone 7 interest especially strong in the US and rising demand for the Plus. However, China, is exhibiting signs of softness in F17, including lower interest in the 7 than the 6/6s.feedback

Matthew Ramsay

If any third-party vendor makes a headset to use with the iPhone 7, they are going to need to buy an adapter or piece of silicon from Cirrus.feedback

Tony Phoo - Standard Chartered

The effect of iPhone 7 should be short term, so we still need to see if global tech demand will sustain next year.feedback

Tim Cook - Apple

We couldn't be more excited about the customer response to the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus.feedback

Daniel Ives - FBR Capital Markets

Especially in light of the Note 7 fiasco, I think there is a lot of focus to see what types of market share gains Apple has, with iPhone 7 now in their back pocket. In the last 18 months Samsung had a strong momentum. The question is, does iPhone 7, as well as the Note 7, change the dynamics between Apple and Samsung.feedback

Steven Milunovich

IPhone 7 interest [is] tepid ... [UBS China] distributor checks find that iPhone 7 sales are weaker than the 6s was out of the box [after launch]. Apple [is] losing share to domestic handsets ... Apple's brand remains strong, but the App Store can be difficult to access and slow.feedback

Kulbinder Garcha - Credit Suisse Group

We see our trip to Asia, recent news flow, Dialog's preannouncement, and the Galaxy Note 7 issues all giving us further confidence that this iPhone 7 cycle may prove stronger than expected.feedback

Marcelo Claure - Sprint

More customers love the iPhone 7. A lot of new customers are switching to Sprint.feedback

Chen Xinyu

I still think it has a strong appeal, plus because of the Samsung Note 7's safety problems perhaps a lot of users who wanted to buy Samsung will now buy the iPhone 7.feedback

Mike Culver - Libratone

We started on this project over a year ago. This is not tied to the iPhone 7 launch at all. We would have done this either way, regardless of whether they took out the headphone jack.feedback

Kristin Huguet - Apple

As we have expanded our distribution through carriers and re-sellers to hundreds of thousands of locations around the world, we are now at a point where we know before taking the first customer pre-order that we will sell out of iPhone 7. These initial sales will be governed by supply, not demand, and we have decided that it is no longer a representative metric for our investors and customers.feedback

Hiroki Allen

The market's seeing many sell orders on the back of a drop in U.S. markets, and a lack of any news to drive buying in Tokyo. Even the announcement of the new iPhone 7 is not enough to encourage the usual buying of Apple's suppliers in the Japan market.feedback

Daniel Ives - FBR Capital Markets

While iPhone 7 has no 'major game changers,' it looks like a solid upgrade which could turn the tide after the softness seen from the 6s cycle.feedback

Patrick Moorhead

[The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus] was a major upgrade, not a minor one with every major subsystem improved.feedback

Bob O'Donnell

While the camera improvements for the iPhone 7 Plus are nice, they are incremental for most and the lack of headphone jacks could offset that for others.feedback

Park Jung-hoon - HDC Asset Management

Apple is supposed to show off the iPhone 7 next week and this issue (with Samsung) has emerged, so the current state of things do not look good.feedback

Daniel Kim

More than 90 percent of customers will wait rather than switch to other phones because as a matter of fact, there are not many good options or alternatives in the market, because the Apple iPhone 7 will come out in late September, and other competing models are not as attractive.feedback

Matthew Ramsay

Expect increased confidence in the wireless modem business with the upcoming partial win in the iPhone 7.feedback

Steve Grasso

Right now everyone is looking forward to the iPhone 7. ... I think it can only disappoint.feedback

Ben Schachter

If iPhone 7 doesn't surprise with meaningful new useful features, we worry that consumers won't upgrade. And unfortunately, nothing that we've seen about iPhone 7 thus far strikes us as particularly innovative. Apple will be a show-me story until then.feedback

Gene Munster - Loup Ventures

We expect the March event to be largely incremental as the bigger announcements, particularly the redesigned iPhone 7, are expected to come in the September event.feedback

Jim Cramer

By this time next year, it wouldn't shock me if that service revenue number becomes the key metric, especially with the iPhone 7 right around the corner.feedback

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