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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.
Boosted by hot iPhone sales, the company tops the $15.9 billion earned by ExxonMobil in the second quarter of 2012, says Standard & Poor's.
The arrival of big-screen iPhones in the big China market promises a significant shift for the final quarter of 2014.
The supply of Apple's newest iPhones has apparently caught up with demand, as all flavors are now available to ship immediately.
Nine out of 10 people surveyed by Piper Jaffray said they provide iOS devices to their employees.
Only 7 percent of iPhone buyers polled by analyst Gene Munster intend to buy Apple's upcoming smartwatch, down from 8 percent in September.
More than half of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models were available in stores as of December 12, according to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster.
All other versions of iPhone 6 still require longer ship times as supply catches up with demand.
iOS mobile traffic has inched up across the US after the iPhone 6's launch in mid-September, while Android traffic has dipped, according to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster.
Sales of iPhones may grow as high as 45 percent in the current quarter from a year ago, says Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster.