A low-cost iPhone would give Apple access to 65 percent of the smartphone market where its current lineup of high-end phones don't play, says Apple bull Gene Munster.
It’s time for Apple’s TV offerings to move beyond the hobby stage, says analyst Gene Munster.
Checks of the top 200 free and paid apps for both platforms show little difference in user ratings, says analyst Gene Munster.
A healthy percentage of smartphone buyers still see an iPhone 5S in their future, but few are eyeing the iPhone 5C, says analyst Gene Munster.
And the price of the iPhone 5C, in Piper Jaffray's estimation, could benefit from the deal reportedly reached with China's largest mobile carrier.
How long will it be before supply actually meets demand? Analyst Gene Munster looks into his crystal ball.
Apple might sell only 37.5 million iPhones during the current quarter, the same number sold a year ago, says analyst Gene Munster.
Available stock of Apple's top-of-the-line iPhone has tightened over the past three weeks, says analyst Gene Munster.
A low-cost iPhone could add as many as 12 million units to Apple's December quarter results, says Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster.
The pattern would follow the same one marked by the iPhone 5 a year ago, says Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster.