In the following video, Motley Fool research analyst Lyons George gives investors two big indicators that Apple could be releasing the next iteration of its iPhone as early as this June or July. He also speculates that, if this is the case, then the hit that the stock took last week based on news that the company was cutting its orders of iPhone components may not be based on slowing demand at all, but rather on preparation for beginning to produce the next iPhone -- something that would be excellent news for Apple investors.
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