“Today we look at the analysts’ Q2 2010 estimates for a product line in transition: from simple MP3 players like the classic iPod to pocket-sized computers like the iPod touch,” Philip Elmer-DeWitt reports for Fortune.
“This quarter, the range in unit sales estimates is narrower than usual, from a high of 11.3 million from Susquehanna’s Jeff Fidacaro to a low of 9.1 million from Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster and Morgan Stanley’s Katy Huberty,” Elmer-DeWitt reports
“We’ll get the official numbers when Apple releases its quarterly earnings on Tuesday, April 20,” Elmer-DeWitt reports.
Full article, with a chart of individual analyst’s iPod unit sales predictions, here.
MacDailyNews Take: An aside: People who think that “iPod sales” are decreasing, fail to account for the fact that every single iPhone and iPad ever sold contains an iPod built right in.