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New MacBooks coming in June, next-gen iPhone launching this fall according to report

Updated Dec 19th, 2018 8:26PM EST

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RBC Capital Markets analyst Amit Daryanani on Tuesday stated that Apple will revamp its MacBook computers in June and release a new iPhone in September or October. Daryanani reiterated his Outperform rating for the Cupertino-based company’s stock and maintained his price target of $700, achievable thanks to new MacBooks, the upcoming next-generation iPhone and a potential “iTV” television set, which would make “strategic sense” for the company. The analyst believes Apple’s latest iPhone will come equipped with “the latest 4G/LTE technology” and will feature a redesigned look. A MacBook Pro update could arrive as early as next month, and an “updated version” of the MacBook Air could potentially happen in six months according to the analyst, which could help sales of the entire Mac lineup to grow between 10% to 15% this year.

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