Cramer: IPhone sales record? Market doesn’t care

Cramer: iPhone sales record won't matter

Apple investors will not be able to benefit from the company's soaring iPhone sales just yet, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Monday.

"I think that no one will care … and that's because the gloom is so palpable," Cramer said on "Squawk on the Street."

The tech behemoth said Monday it sold over 13 million iPhone 6s and 6s Plus units over the weekend, a company record. Apple added that it would start selling the new smartphones in over 40 additional countries starting Oct. 9.

Still, Apple's stock was down more than 1 percent in morning trading.

An Apple store employee with a customer in Chicago.
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"Apple keeps delivering. Apple's China sales mirror Nike's China sales; they're very strong, but right now we're in a moment where the market's gripped by forces unseen that are concerning people," Cramer said.

DISCLOSURE: Cramer's trust owned APPL stock when this article was published.

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