JPMorgan analysts adjusted their price target for Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) to $230.00, down from the previous target of $235.00, while maintaining an Overweight rating.

The bank’s analysis is centered around the upcoming fall product launch by Apple, addressing key investor concerns, including the significance of product cycle upgrades, pricing strategies, and the impact of macroeconomic challenges, notably restrictions in China.

They emphasized that the potential for Apple’s stock to outperform in the remainder of the year depends on surpassing currently low investor expectations for the iPhone 15 launch. However, even if iPhone revenue and volume meet or exceed these low expectations, the upside for Apple’s shares may be limited due to their strong performance year-to-date and a relatively high earnings multiple, which is currently at approximately a 61% premium compared to the second half of 2019 when Apple’s shares similarly outperformed by meeting or exceeding low investor expectations for the iPhone 11 cycle.

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