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Apple: September, December Could See iPhone Upside, Says Morgan Stanley

Contrary to some grumbling about potential fall-off in sales of Apple’s (AAPL) recently released iPhone 7, Morgan Stanley’s Katy Huberty today penned a brief, upbeat item in response to what she notes are investors’ concerns about the trajectory of such sales. The new gadget may not be selling right now at the levels of two years’ […]
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