Wall Street analysts say investors should buy the Apple dip despite supply chain worries

Customers walk past a digital display of the new green color Apple iPhone 13 pro inside the Apple Store on 5th Avenue in Manhattan, in New York, March 18, 2022.
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Apple shares were under pressure early Friday after the tech giant's chief financial officer, Luca Maestri, warned of supply challenges ahead that could hurt sales of iPhones and other devices.

Still, most analysts on Wall Street remained bullish on the company after its earnings report showed robust consumer demand for Apple devices despite macro headwinds. At least nine analysts trotted out mostly positive commentary on Apple's outlook following the quarterly earnings, with Citi saying it would use "any stock weakness as a buying opportunity."

Here's what analysts have to say.