Apple suppliers aren't responding well to the tech giant's FQ1 report. Though Apple beat estimates on the back of higher iPhone ASPs (the result of a mix shift towards the 5S), iPhone units (51M) fell short of Street expectations (56M-57M), and the company's FQ2 revenue guidance is below consensus.
Cirrus, believed to get over 70% of its sales from Apple, reports tomorrow. Qualcomm reports on Wednesday, and Broadcom on Thursday.
Nasdaq-100 (QQQ) futures are down 0.8% in response to Apple's numbers.