Wedbush Morgan analyst Craig Berger recently sent a note to clients highlighting Apple’s product pipeline for the coming year:
“We have incremental checks into the Apple supply chain. First, we see several new Apple products coming in 1H09. Our contacts see a lower-cost version of the iPhone, possibly in mid 2Q. Apparently, Qualcomm is replacing Infineon as the baseband supplier in this device. Some call this device the ‘iPhone Nano’; whatever one calls it, we believe this device is on its way,” Berger reports via Seeking Alpha.
“Also, we anticipate a new and smaller version of the iPod Shuffle, possibly in mid 1Q, with chip content largely unchanged,” Berger reports. “Finally, we see a cheaper MacBook notebook coming, although we do not believe this PC will qualify as a netbook.”
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