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Apple warns that iPhone sales could take big hit

What Tim Cook left out about China in Apple's revenue guidance

In a letter to investors, Apple CEO Tim Cook pointed to a slowing economy, particularly in China. "Bernstein Liebhard wrote in their press release: "[On] November 1, 2018 during Apple's fourth quarter 2018 conference call, CEO Tim Cook stated that '[o] ur business in China was very strong last quarter.

In his letter to investors, Cook touted continued traction in Apple's "non-iPhone businesses", including wearable devices and supplementary services, like iCloud, Apple Pay and the App Store.

The biggest factor in yesterday's announcement, in Forte's view, was China, where he says the company generates 20 percent of its sales.

But the uptick didn't continue. Blaming mostly macro headwinds, he failed to admit the launch of new iPhones haven't successfully lured consumers and acknowledge growing competition from domestic players.

Kevin Hassett, chairman of the White House council of economic advisers, said that United States companies selling in China would see their sales recover if the trade dispute is resolved. China's economy has been pinched by the ongoing Sino-US trade war which is spilling over to other Asian economies. "Apple is a great company". Apple reported earnings per share of $3.89 in the same quarter last year, which suggests a positive year over year growth rate of 21.3%. Trade tensions between Beijing and Washington have also intensified with tit-for-tat tariffs. "Don't forget, Apple makes the product in China". In interviews over the years, Cook sought to accentuate the positive about business in China, notably by saying one or more iPhones were the most popular smartphones in China. "As growths in China and Eurozone have been clearly slowing, investor fears that moderating global demand will start to dampen US growth momentum", she added.

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Hall also expects Apple stocks to plummet to $140 - $42 lower than his original prediction - due in part to issues around China. Companies such as General Motors, Caterpillar and Daimler have all said recently that trade tensions and slower growth in China are damaging their businesses.

But the biggest problems came from lackluster sales in China and equally disappointing iPhone upgrades.

It now expects revenues of $84bn for the three months to 29 December, down from previous guidance of $89bn-$93bn. When the suspension on selling was lifted, Apple shares fell 7.45%. (NASDAQ:AAPL) by 2.0% in the 3rd quarter, according to the company in its most recent 13F filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Ten analysts have provided estimates for Apple's earnings, with the lowest EPS estimate coming in at $4.50 and the highest estimate coming in at $4.90. The iPhone X, which debuted in 2017, was Apple's most expensive iPhone ever coming in at $999. iPhone prices continued to climb as the company debuted the XS and XS Max past year, with the former starting at $1,099.

"On this news, Apple's stock fell $11.97 per share, or over 7.5 percent, during aftermarket trading hours on January 2, 2019, damaging investors", said Bernstein Liebhard LLP, a law firm headquartered in NY. -China trade war plays out, and as long as that situation remains fluid, the company might not recover that income in the near term in spite of stronger sales across the catalog.

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