Earlier today we posted a report titled "Apple's 3D-Sensing Camera Supplier says they're on Target to ship the new Lenses for Facial and Iris Recognition." Now the news gets even better. Apple supplier Wistron has confirmed that wireless charging and further waterproofing will be coming to the new 5.5" iPhones to be launched in September. The Nikkei report further noted that "Apple is expected to release another 4.7-inch handset with flat display and a premium version with a slightly curved screen."
With three reports coming in today talking up iPhone parts and shipments, it seems that there's a concerted effort to calm Wall Street down with concerns over the delivery of the next generation iPhones.
Apple's stock has lost over 6% in recent days after Abhey Lamba, managing director, Americas research at Mizuho, downgraded Apple to neutral from buy. Lamba based his downgrade on the view that the stock's price already accounts for much of investor enthusiasm, and that further gains were limited. Lamba also lowered his price target to $150 from $160.
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