iPhone 15 may be more than an upgrade you think

Early signs are not looking good for Apple’s baseline iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus. While the Pro models have a three-week lead time for orders, feature phones are readily available, and we’ve heard shipments of panels for the larger version are “close to zero.” Reports indicate that Pro models make up 64% of the demand — a significant increase from the 51% of the iPhone 13 era.

While being able to sell a more expensive model is a good problem for Apple, this kind of demand mismatch still isn’t ideal. And according to a note from analysts at Nomura that I’ve seen Investing.com (Opens in a new tab)Apple will look for “a more balanced mix of lower-end and high-end shipments” with the iPhone 15.

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