Apple Gets a ‘Gut Punch’ in China: Dan Ives

Apple gets a 'gut punch' in china: dan ives

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Dan Ives of Wedbush Securities says Apple could face a production shortfall of 6 to 8 million iPhone Pro units in China. He’s on “Bloomberg The Open.”

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