A new analysis signals that the much anticipated iPhone 6 can give a huge boost to iPhone sales, as many as 235 million units, in 2015.
JP Morgan analyst Rod Hall said that the most bullish prediction at this point calls for 235 million iPhones sold across 64 different countries throughout Apple's fiscal 2015, which starts in October, CNET reported.
Such an estimate would actually be 18 % higher than the firm's current forecasts.
So far, Apple has sold 51 million iPhones in the first fiscal quarter of the year, 37.4 million in the second, and 35.2 million in the third.
To reach 235 million units for fiscal 2014, Apple would have to sell 111.4 million iPhones this quarter.