iPhone sales won't heat up until the December quarter after Apple unveils a low-cost model. At least, that's the forecast from analyst Gene Munster.
For June quarter results, which Apple reports on Tuesday, Munster expects iPhone sales of 26 million, on par with Wall Street projections. If accurate, that would match the number sold during the same quarter in 2012.
For the September quarter, the analyst anticipates iPhone sales of just 24 million, lower than the 26.9 million sold over the same period last year. That estimate assumes that the widely expected iPhone 5S ships during the … Read more