Published on 13 Oct 2021 on MarketWatch
Apple Inc. shares fell slightly Tuesday after a report indicated the smartphone giant is poised to cut iPhone production orders due to component shortages, but one analyst views supply-chain pressures as a buying opportunity.
Morgan Stanley’s Katy Huberty sees several reasons why investors should “buy the dip” amid , even after Bloomberg reported late Monday that Apple . While Huberty hasn’t “specifically heard of material iPhone production bottlenecks due to semiconductor shortages” at Broadcom Inc. or Texas Instruments Inc. she acknowledged that broader supply woes are a “real issue” across markets.
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