#1. Apple cash continues its steep parabolic rise: Two years ago, I predicted that Apple’s cash (cash + short/long term investments) would follow an exponential curve. This quarter, Apple’s $51 billion actually exceeded that expectation. Apple banks most of its gargantuan earnings — no dividends, buybacks, and only relatively small acquisitions (so far). I continue my prediction that Apple follows “Rosenman’s Law”: Cash piles up exponentially along a parabolic curve. Thus, in 2011, the Bank of Apple holds over $62 billion. In 2012, $90 billion fill Apple’s coffers.
#2. Apple increases its revenue per device sold: I predict next year Apple will generate over $700 of revenue per device sold.
#3. The iPad becomes Apple’s second biggest revenue driver
#4. Asia-Pacific and Japan will together make up the majority of Apple sales in 2 years
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “iWill” for the heads up.]