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Old Nov 16, 2005, 04:22 PM   #1
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Old Nov 16, 2005, 04:33 PM   #2
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44.8 million iPods? Good grief!
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44.8 million iPods? Good grief!
The only way from here is UP!
Looks like there is gonna be some iPods moving this Christmas people! Strap yourselves in and Hang On For The Ride!!!!!!! (and then get one of these link http://www.lovehoney.co.uk/product.c...ulldescription )
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The fact that this linked to a Micro$oft News Network page made it all the more delicious!

Maybe Apple's stock will split for the third time in five years?
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Old Nov 16, 2005, 05:35 PM   #5
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The analyst now expects iPod volume to triple to 14.1 million units in the first quarter, compared with an earlier estimate of 10.4 million. He also predicted annual volume will nearly double to 44.8 million, about 11 million more than previously thought.
I'm expecting Apple will sell 2 billion iPods for the duration of the product life, until something better comes along.
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44.8 million iPods? Good grief!
How many Walkmans did Sony sell? 200 Million, right? Go Apple!
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Old Nov 16, 2005, 06:31 PM   #7
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Awesome, wish I was a stock owner! Although, the article does say anything about other hardware/software. Too bad.
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How many Walkmans did Sony sell? 200 Million, right? Go Apple!
300million and that was over about 10 or 15 years
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The fact that this linked to a Micro$oft News Network page made it all the more delicious!

Maybe Apple's stock will split for the third time in five years?
I am expecting it to split in January as happened at the start of this year and am speculating that they will probably split when the stock gets to around $90 a share as was the case last time. I am also hoping the stock splits so i can get me some Apple shares next year when my financial situation will allow it. I could buy them now but I need the money for other important events.
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As soon as apple splits im going to do something i should have done a long time ago, Invest in apple.
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How many Walkmans did Sony sell? 200 Million, right? Go Apple!
Good question... I don't know how many Walkmans Sony sold. It's the staggering sales growth rate that bugs out my eyes. No sign of a plateau yet. Astonishing!
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Good question... I don't know how many Walkmans Sony sold. It's the staggering sales growth rate that bugs out my eyes. No sign of a plateau yet. Astonishing!
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Thanks. Well that's a good news-bad news number then. At the rate iPod sales are growing, they'll hit 300 million in another year or two. Then what? Sony didn't exactly have an Act II. Let's hope Apple does!
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That 300 million took Sony 20 or so years. What Apple is doing is amazing.
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