After the news broke, Dai Lege's share price fell by 3.9%. Due to news that Apple will beiPhoneWith the development of its own power management chip, the market value of Daihile Semiconductor has shrunk by more than half in the past year.
Some analysts believe that more than half of Dale’s total annual revenue comes from the supply of power management chips to Apple.
After the reduction of power management chip orders, Dai Legetsu's revenue in 2018 is expected to decrease by 5%. However, the company stated that it is still expected to achieve positive year-on-year growth in revenue in 2018.
In a shareholder conference call, Jlal Bahri Bagherlil, chief executive of Delog Semiconductor, said the drop in Apple's orders would have a similar effect on 2019 results. He said Apple did not explain why it would increase the number of suppliers of power management chips.
Bahri said: "If you think about it, if all three of Apple's new iPhone models use our power management chip, this means that the new iPhone will not have performance-related problems. Maybe Apple chooses multiple vendors instead of A separate company is to reduce risk."
Bahri said that Apple did not tell him which company was the second supplier of power management chips.
In a statement, Daimler said the company expects to supply Apple’s future new products with components other than power management chips.