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Apple’s shifting market dynamics: Supplier uncertainties and stock volatility


  • Apple suppliers' stocks fall amid demand concerns for 2024.

  • Barclays downgrades Apple, citing weak iPhone 15 sales.

  • Regulatory scrutiny and market trends impact Apple's performance.

Apple Inc., the renowned tech giant, faces a turbulent start to 2024 as its suppliers’ stocks take a hit and Barclays downgrades its stock due to concerns over weak demand and sales projections, especially for the iPhone 15 series.

Supplier Stocks and Market Response

Significant suppliers for Apple, such as Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) and Hon Hai Technology Group (Foxconn), experienced a noticeable drop in their stock values.

The overall trend extended to other technology and chip stocks, including Samsung Electronics and SK Hynix, affecting the broader market. Despite these setbacks, some analysts remain optimistic about Apple’s long-term growth, particularly in transitioning its vast user base to 5G.

Barclays Downgrades Apple Amid Sales Concerns

Further dampening the outlook, Barclays downgraded Apple’s stock to underweight, adjusting its price target from $161 to $160. The downgrade was fueled by concerns over lackluster iPhone 15 sales, particularly in China, and potential weaknesses in other hardware sales.

The analyst Tim Long from Barclays also highlighted possible deceleration in Apple’s lucrative services business due to regulatory scrutiny, adding to the challenges faced by the company.

Apple Inc. enters 2024 amidst a complex market environment marked by supplier stock volatility, weaker hardware sales forecasts, and looming regulatory challenges. While the company has historically demonstrated resilience and innovation, these factors present a pivotal moment for Apple as it navigates through a potentially challenging year. The company’s ability to adapt and respond to these dynamic market conditions will be crucial in maintaining its position as a leading player in the tech industry.

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Bilgesu Erdem
Bilgesu Erdem
Bilgesu graduated from Ankara University, Faculty of Communication, Department of Radio, Television and Cinema. After working as a reporter for various television channels and a newspaper, Bilgesu is currently working as a content editor at Newslinker. She loves technology and animals.

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