Apple’s Cheaper iPhone Could Potentially Claim 11% Share of Low-end Device Market in 2014

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According to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, if Apple were to introduce a $300 contract-free iPhone, they could capture up to 11% of the low-end device market. Munster believes that this is possible for Apple to accomplish and also notes that the lower cost iPhone may be introduced this year, … Read the Full Story →

Apple’s iPad Mini Sells Out in 2 Hours At Fifth Ave Retail Store

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On Friday, Apple’s iPad mini and 4th generation iPad went on sale, and lines were shorter than other product launches. However, other retail locations experienced heavier traffic than usual and although hurricane Sandy prevented some customers from coming out to buy an iPad mini, Apple’s Fifth Ave Retail store sold … Read the Full Story →

Apple (AAPL) Sells an Estimated 1.5 Million iPhone 4 units on the First Day

Various industry analysts are totting up the iPhone 4 sales figures for Apple’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) new iPhone launch day. Based on 600,000 pre-orders, 100,000 sales in Apple Stores, 50,000 in Best Buy stores, and an additional few hundred thousand in countries other than the US it is certainly over 1 Million. … Read the Full Story →

Apple sells one millionth iPad in just 28 days

Earlier today we reported on estimates of Apple iPad 3G sales in its debut weekend from Gene Munster (an analyst at Piper Jaffray). Adding those figures to those of the Wi-Fi only iPad sales numbers to date we estimated that Apple has sold over 1 million iPads already. Apple have … Read the Full Story →

Apple iPad first day sales estimated at up to 700,000 units

Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster estimates that in the first day of iPad sales in the US 600,000 – 700,000 units were sold. That includes pre-orders. Getting units without a pre-order did not seem to be a huge problem on the first day either. I myself was in touch with … Read the Full Story →