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Demand for the larger and more expensive iPhone XS Max may be significantly higher than its smaller brother (AAPL)

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Demand for the larger and more expensive iPhone XS Max may be significantly higher than its smaller brother (AAPL)· *Demand for the larger and more expensive iPhone XS Max outpaces demand for the smaller iPhone XS, according to a research note from reputable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.*
· *The largest iPhone XS storage configuration, 512GB, is also "subject to a serious shortage," according to the research.*
· *In terms of color, gold and...
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