Apple Inc.’s stock didn’t get much love from investors even after the company delivered what one analyst described as “blowout” results for its March quarter.

Shares of the mobile phone giant ended Thursday’s session basically flat, after being up as much as 2.6% earlier in the session, following a fiscal second-quarter report in which Apple AAPL, +1.12% easily topped expectations across all of its item categories, with rising demand for the brand-new iPhone and continued strong momentum for the iPad and Mac businesses amid the remote-work boom.

In spite of the strong results, there are concerns about the length of time Apple’s hot streak can continue. Leaving aside concerns like supply constraints, which Apple estimates might have a $3 billion to $4 billion negative revenue impact on its June-quarter results, some experts have actually revealed that Apple’s booming efficiency during the pandemic might indicate hard contrasts later on in the year and beyond.

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Bernstein analyst Toni Sacconaghi composed that “paradoxically, Apple’s Q2 may have been TOO excellent,” since the business “will be gazing down extremely challenging [contrasts] in basically every business in FY 22 & next year’s iPhone 13 cycle is most likely to be evolutionary/more muted.”

Sacconaghi anticipates that it will be hard for Apple’s organization to grow in financial 2022. He currently models profits to be “fractionally” below his financial 2021 forecast but warns that “it could be worse.”

He has a market perform score and $132 rate target on the stock.

Bank of America’s Wamsi Mohan likewise sees “a difficult bar” in fiscal 2022 as he considers what the future might hold for Apple. The company may see its strength continue into the June and September quarters of fiscal 2021, but comparisons in December will be high, and after that the next March quarter’s outcomes will be up versus the 54% earnings growth that Apple reported Wednesday afternoon.

He kept a neutral rating on the stock while boosting his cost target to $160 from $155.

The current numbers sufficed to get one formerly hesitant expert to surrender on his bearish call, though he wasn’t prepared to turn totally positive on Apple’s potential customers.

“Our initial view that the iPhone cycle would dissatisfy in the midst of COVID was plainly wrong,” composed Goldman Sachs analyst Rod Hall in upgrading the stock to neutral from sell. “Not just has actually Apple done better than we expected on iPhone during the cycle but Mac and iPad have likewise materially outperformed our projections. IPad need is so strong that the business thinks they will leave $3 billion to $4 billion of revenue on the table in FQ3 to June.”

Hall declined to turn bullish on the name, composing that “to be more useful on Apple’s stock we would want to see evidence that present high levels of need are sustainable well into 2022.” He would also be a trying to find “faster-than-expected growth in services as an incremental favorable, assuming margins remain steady.”

Others were more positive, including Raymond James expert Chris Caso, who wrote that he’s still bullish on the next iPhone cycle.

“Our analysis recommends iPhone margins are now about 5% much better than the past few cycles, which has actually been driven by clients’ preference for the higher-end, more expensive models,” he composed. “We think there’s no reason to believe that will alter for the fall cycle. But what’s most likely to change is that unit sales will be much better.”

The momentum for the iPad and Mac companies might be harder to sustain, in Caso’s view, though for the functions of contrasts, supply constraints might in fact help Apple’s future optics, he suggested.

While remote-work patterns have contributed to Apple’s strong Mac and iPad sales, brand-new item intros have actually likewise assisted, he argued. “The reality that those items have been supply constrained would help to develop a softer landing if those classifications remained in fact to slow post-pandemic.”

Caso has an outperform rating on the stock and increased his target to $185 from $160.

Evercore ISI’s Amit Daryanani likewise remained upbeat on the future following what he described as “blowout” outcomes.

Apple’s incomes “highlighted the trifecta of– a) speeding up iPhone demand with 5G, b) expansion of gross margins and c) much better money making of services,” he wrote. “The mix of these elements continues to imply a >$5.00 EPS potential for Apple.”

Daryanani has an outperform ranking and $175 cost target on the stock.

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A minimum of 12 analysts raised their cost targets on Apple’s stock following the report, according to FactSet. Of the 42 analysts tracked by FactSet who cover Apple’s stock, 30 have buy ratings, 10 have hold ratings, and 2 have sell rankings, with a typical rate target of $157.58.

Shares have acquired 1.2% over the previous 3 months as the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, +0.85% has actually increased 13.6%.