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iPad 3G sold out in 49 of 50 stores

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By Sunday afternoon, most Apple Stores had run out of Wi-Fi-only iPads as well iPad 3G launch day in New York City. Photo: PED Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster, one of the few Apple (AAPL) analysts who attends product launches and counts heads, estimates that Apple sold 300,000 iPad 3Gs over...
iPad 3G sold out in 49 of 50 stores

GENE MUNSTER: If Apple's Labor Costs Go Up 20%, It Only Affects Profit Margins By 1% (AAPL)

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A new audit of Apple manufacturer Foxconn calls for some changes, and that obviously means spending some money. Gene Munster of Piper Jaffray says that if Apple's labor costs goes up 20%, it will affect profit margins by 1%, reports Bloomberg. He emphasizes that issues surrounding labor conditions at...
GENE MUNSTER: If Apple's Labor Costs Go Up 20%, It Only Affects Profit Margins By 1% (AAPL)
Apple analyst Gene Munster says Apple HDTV with new remote coming in 2013, again

The "Cheap iPhone"

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The "Cheap iPhone": A few thoughts on the latest report of a "less-expensive" iPhone by Jessica E. Lessin for The Wall Street Journal: 1) This report seems to surface every year, including by the same Wall Street Journal that is reporting the news today. 2) That said, there does seem...
The "Cheap iPhone"

iPad Mini Sells Out in Two Hours at Apple's Flagship Fifth Avenue Retail Store

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While reports have indicated that launch-day lines for the iPad mini and fourth-generation iPad have been shorter than seen for many previous Apple product launches, some Apple retail stores are still seeing long lines. Fortune notes that despite the impact of Hurricane Sandy in the northeastern United States, Apple's flagship...
iPad Mini Sells Out in Two Hours at Apple's Flagship Fifth Avenue Retail Store

Gene Muster and Horace Deidu talk about Apple's long term risks

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Chat from Fortune Brainstorm Tech where Inside Apple’s Adam Lashinsky asks Gene “Apple Television” Munster and Asymco’s Horace Diedu about a post Steve Jobs Apple and the biggest risks in the future. Non-Flash here. 40.714513 -74.005122...
Gene Muster and Horace Deidu talk about Apple's long term risks

Munster: How Apple becomes the first $1 trillion company

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Its market cap today is $577 billion. Where do the next $400-plus billion come from?  Click to enlarge. In a note to clients issued early Tuesday, Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster raised his Q2 iPhone estimate (to 33 million), set a new 12-month price target ($910 per share) and -- most...
Munster: How Apple becomes the first $1 trillion company

Apple Is Not Going To Build A Search Engine, Keep Your Shirt On

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Can we all relax? We all know that rumors about Apple are more than a staple in technology, and especially the technology reporting realm. Even more, we all eat up what tech analysts say, even if it has entirely no basis in reality.The more crazy the pronouncement from an analyst, the more...
Apple Is Not Going To Build A Search Engine, Keep Your Shirt On

How much damage a cheaper iPhone does to Apple's profit margins

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Fears of 30% by 2015 are overblown, says Gene Munster, but he's lowering his target. FORTUNE -- So confident are analysts that Apple (AAPL) is getting ready to launch a lower-cost iPhone that some have started building the new device -- which none have ever seen -- into spreadsheets like...
How much damage a cheaper iPhone does to Apple's profit margins
Andreessen: Here's The Difference Between Steve Jobs And Tim Cook (AAPL)
Apple TV: the rumours evaluated

Someone's Very Good Reputation Is Going To Go Up In Flames Over This Disagreement Between Apple Experts (AAPL)

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Is there going to be an Apple TV set? Former Apple product boss and could-have-been CEO Jean-Louis Gassée could not be more firm in his answer: "I simply don't believe Apple will make, or even wants to make, a TV set." Meanwhile, Apple analyst Gene Munster just went on CNBC to say...
Someone's Very Good Reputation Is Going To Go Up In Flames Over This Disagreement Between Apple Experts (AAPL)

Siri Shows Increasing Promise, But Accuracy Falls Short of Google Text Searches

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In what should not be a surprise given Siri's beta status and its use of new technology for voice interaction with mobile devices, a study from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster finds that Siri's abilities are still eclipsed by the traditional text-entry Google searches that have been in place for...
Siri Shows Increasing Promise, But Accuracy Falls Short of Google Text Searches
Pros vs. Indies on Apple's Q2 2012: A $6.8 billion gap

Tim Cook: Here's Why Jony Ive Won The Battle To Lead Apple Into The Future (AAPL)

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Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed why he decided to give Jony Ive responsibility for much of the future success of Apple in his interview with Bloomberg BusinessWeek. Ive had only be in charge of Apple's hardware design until Cook pushed Scott Forstall out of the company. Ive was then promoted...
Tim Cook: Here's Why Jony Ive Won The Battle To Lead Apple Into The Future (AAPL)
Apple's iPhone 5 Supply Is Finally Improving (AAPL)

THE END OF SMARTPHONES: Google Is Working On A 'Smart Watch' Of Its Own (GOOG, AAPL)

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Google is actively exploring the idea of making its own smart watch, a source briefed on the plans tells Business Insider. Specifically, it is looking at ways it might be able to market this device. This makes sense for a few reasons. For starters, Google recently secured a patent for a smart watch...
THE END OF SMARTPHONES: Google Is Working On A 'Smart Watch' Of Its Own (GOOG, AAPL)

Components for Apple Television Set Reportedly 'Starting to Move in Small Quantities'

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Last month, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, who has long been a proponent of an Apple television set, reported that Apple was investigating components for just such a product, contacting suppliers to learn about the capabilities of their various offerings. As shared by Business Insider, a new report from Jeffries...
Components for Apple Television Set Reportedly 'Starting to Move in Small Quantities'

Apple Vs Google: The Next 10 Battles To Watch (GOOG, AAPL)

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Apple and Google have been locking horns more and more in the last year. The two biggest battles are in mobile and advertising. Google released the Nexus One this year. Apple put out the iAd. Each move is a direct assault on the other's primary business. These moves are mere...
Apple Vs Google: The Next 10 Battles To Watch (GOOG, AAPL)

Gene Munster: Research In Motion Is Going 'Out Of Business' (RIMM)

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Research In Motion will go out of business, says Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster. He was speaking on CNBC this morning. The clip is below. His RIM comments come at the 5:30 marker. He's asked if there is room for RIM in the market. His answer is "no." He...
Gene Munster: Research In Motion Is Going 'Out Of Business' (RIMM)

Boot up: The Wikipedia vandalism police, Apple analysts, and more

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Plus the three phases of owning a computer, and Apple's last quarter in chartsA quick burst of 6 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology teamAnalysts just can't get Apple right, it's too innovative >> Fast CompanyHere are some of the most-quoted Apple analysts: Gene Munster,...
Boot up: The Wikipedia vandalism police, Apple analysts, and more

Apple Earnings! (AAPL)

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Hi there! We're hours away from Apple's earnings, but when they hit this page will take you to the results as soon as possible. In the meanwhile, here's a quick look at what everyone is expecting, via Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster: Revenue: $54.58 billion EPS: $13.34 Gross Margin: 39.5% iPhone:...
Apple Earnings! (AAPL)

Apple vs. HTC: Why? Why Now? And Why HTC? [Digital Daily]

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With Apple’s lawsuit against HTC this morning, the company has clearly brought out the big guns against the parade of iPhone doppelgängers that have hit the mobile market since the device’s debut. Though Apple has traded intellectual property suits with rivals in the past–Nokia (NOK), for example–this is the first...
Apple vs. HTC: Why? Why Now? And Why HTC? [Digital Daily]

Gene Munster: iPhone 5 lines 83% longer than the iPhone 4S

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Despite more retail outlets and twice as many pre-orders FORTUNE -- Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster, who has been counting heads at iPhone launches since 2008, says that Friday's launch of the iPhone 5 in the U.S. was the biggest ever. In a note to clients issued at 10:00 a.m. he...
Gene Munster: iPhone 5 lines 83% longer than the iPhone 4S
Why You Shouldn't Expect The iPhone 5S To Come In June (AAPL)

Apple loses $34.9 billion in market cap in its worst trading day in 4 years, but why?

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Gene Munster has a target of $900 for Apple’s stock, which is a touch awkward today as the company shed 6.43% of its value, to settle at a valuation of a mere $508 billion. It’s almost below the half trillion mark, which would place it in company with a wealth...
Apple loses $34.9 billion in market cap in its worst trading day in 4 years, but why?

11 Apple iPads per hour vs. zero Microsoft Surface tablets

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A survey compared sales at an Apple Store and a Microsoft Store in the Mall of America FORTUNE -- On Saturday we posted side-by-side videos showing Black Friday shopping activity at an Apple Store and a Microsoft Store in Lone Tree, Colo. The videos left the impression that there was...
11 Apple iPads per hour vs. zero Microsoft Surface tablets

Gene Munster Surveyed People Buying iPad Minis And Here's What He Learned (AAPL)

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Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster surveyed people who were buying iPad minis. His survey sample is small, only 72 people, but it's still interesting to see the results.  The majority of people buying the iPad mini are already iPad owners. And 72% of the people buying it are buying it...
Gene Munster Surveyed People Buying iPad Minis And Here's What He Learned (AAPL)

Apple's iOS devices: Selling 'em as fast as it can make 'em

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The company is ramping up production at ever more impressive rates The new iPad in Tokyo. Photo: Reuters Apple (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook often says about the company's iOS devices that it is selling them as fast as it can make them. In that context, the chart published Tuesday by Piper...
Apple's iOS devices: Selling 'em as fast as it can make 'em

Apple: We Sold 5 Million iPhone 5s

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Like a Hollywood studio Apple just released weekend “box office” numbers: “more than 5 million” iPhone 5s sold. Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster had expected a larger number, roughly eight million. Given those expectations this performance may be seen as something of a... Please visit Marketing Land for the full...
Apple: We Sold 5 Million iPhone 5s
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