Technical and Financial Teardown of the Apple iPhone 13
TechInsights and Bloomberg Intelligence Analysts presented their findings on this year’s Apple flagship phone, the iPhone 13 Pro, in this webinar presentation.
Bloomberg Intelligence analyst Woo Jin Ho will explore the financial implications for the Apple semiconductor ecosystem. Apple and its chip ecosystem are navigating a challenging supply environment, which may have played a role in the final iPhone 13 Pro design and could weigh on iPhone launch volumes and consequently chipmaker sales. In contrast, iPhone demand should remain high in 2021-22, fueled by the recovering macroeconomy and 5G.
TechInsights’ Stacy Wegner will discuss notable design wins, technology innovations, and she will present a high-level comparison between last year’s iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro. Stacy will also discuss preliminary build costs for the iPhone 13 Pro.
The information presented in this webinar will be of greatest interest to those looking to understand the semiconductor design wins of the iPhone 13 Pro, and related financial implications to companies like Qualcomm, Broadcom, Skyworks, Qorvo, and more.
Stacy Wegner is the Senior Technology Analyst of TechInsights’ Teardown division, responsible for ensuring the highly technical data produced by analysts is transformed into consumable competitive intelligence. Stacy has an extensive background in advanced technology devices and marketplace analysis.
Woo Jin Ho
Woo Jin Ho is the Senior Technology Analyst for Bloomberg Intelligence. His research focuses on next-generation networking, such as software-defined networks and high-speed optics, in the networking sector, and Apple iPhone supply chain and analog chips in the semiconductor sector. His current coverage includes Analog Devices, Onsemi, Microchip, Skyworks, Qorvo, Cisco, Juniper Networks, Arista. Prior to joining Bloomberg, he was a sell-side equity research analyst covering the networking and enterprise, imaging sectors for Nomura Securities, Merrill Lynch – BofA, and CIBC Oppenheimer.