Apple's iPhone Sales Are Key Metric to Watch in Earnings

Apple Inc. shares have dropped 13 percent since last quarter’s earnings release, hobbled by reports of iPhone production cuts amid slowing demand. Many suppliers including Alps Electric Co. and TDK Corp. -- but not all -- have moved in sympathy. Credit Suisse, which rates Apple shares outperform, sees a "subdued" iPhone cycle for next few quarters.

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