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Difficult February for the iMac

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The rumor, circulated by a market analysis company, about alleged difficulties for Apple in meeting the demand for iMac was enough to bring down Apple's shares during the day yesterday on Wall Street. alarm was the well-known Steve Fortuna, today among those who follow the performance of the Cupertino market in Merril Lynch. In a note released during the afternoon in the USA, Fortuna claimed that the production levels of the machines during the month of February were between 5000 and 10,000 units, a very low figure if we consider that already in January they had been produced only 5000 iMacs. At this point, in order to reach the sales levels foreseen in the fiscal quarter, Apple will have to be able to channel and sell almost 200,000 iMacs in the course of March alone, a very high and difficult to reach number. As a consequence of these problems According to Fortuna, Apple is unlikely to be able to meet the profit thresholds for the fiscal quarter which will end at the end of next month.The news, as mentioned, has shaken investors who have preferred to sell AAPL securities in large quantities. At the end of the day, after having touched even a chilling '11%, the Cupertino courses settled around' 7%, but with a number of pieces exchanged almost three times higher than that of the average day.

Apple has not commented on the news released by Fortuna, limiting itself to remembering that as previously announced, the demand will not be fully satisfied during the first weeks of availability of the iMac.Apple had also announced that it had received 150,000 pre-orders for the desktop and to have planned to ship the machines from Taiwan, where they are produced, to the destination countries by air in order to speed up their delivery.

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