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JP Morgan: Apple Has Caught Up With U.S. iPhone 6 Demand, Neutral Impact To Shares


JP Morgan's Rod Hall on Monday commented that Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) has now caught up with domestic iPhone 6 demand, as consumers will no longer be forced to wait when purchasing an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus.

According to Hall's checks at Apple retail outlets in the Southern U.S., only the sim-free iPhone 6 Plus comes with a lead time of just one day. The analyst adds that other than the sim-free device, all configurations are listed as “in stock.”

However, Hall notes that this development has a neutral impact to shares. The analyst notes that this development is consistent with the company's commentary during its fourth quarter conference call where the company indicated that iPhone supply demand should reach a balance by the end of 2014.

Shares of Apple recently traded at $110.02, down 1.7 percent.

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