Charles Arthur blogs for The Guardian, “Writing on the Apple announcements, Jupiter analyst Michael Gartenberg concludes that:”
At the end of the day, there’s no reason to think the iPod will lose significant market share for the next 24 months.
Arthur writes, “No argument there; you’d not want to be trying to sell any other digital music player against the new lineup of iPods. But something else Gartenberg said intrigued us:”
Also, it’s still early in terms of holiday announcements, we might yet hear another one or two things from Cupertino before the first frost hits in the East.
“Since Gartenberg had (surely) a prebriefing from Apple on the announcements, the hint – allied to Steve Jobs’s signoff on Tuesday of ‘We’ll see you all again soon’ – does leave possibilities in the air,” Arthur writes.
Full article here.
Analyst Gartenberg: Apple ‘s iTunes+iPod+iTV ‘will be hard for other players to match’ – September 12, 2006