“Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster believes it’s only a matter of time before Apple reveals plans to hold a special event next month to usher in a new array of iPods and Mac notebooks,” Katie Marsal reports for AppleInsider.
“The Cupertino-based company has used a September gathering to launch new iPods for the past three years, Munster advised clients in a research report Wednesday, adding that Apple shares have risen about 4 percent on average from the week before those events to the week after,” Marsal reports. “Historically, shares have risen more than 47 percent between the week before those events to the four months after, he said.”
Marsal reports, “At this year’s event, Munster is expecting Apple to refresh its iPod family through a number of ‘pricing and capacity changes.’ …Sharing the stage with new iPods will be a complete overhaul of the company’s mainstream notebook families, Munster believes.”
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