“For more than a year now, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster has been insisting that Apple is plotting a move into the television business – and soon. He thinks the company will start selling TV as soon as the end of calendar year 2012,” Eric Savitz blogs for Forbes.
“Munster was at it again on Thursday, asserting in a research note that Apple ‘will enter the TV market with a full focus, as an all-in-one Apple television could move the needle when connected TVs proliferate,'” Savitz reports.
Savitz reports, “He thinks Apple could sell 1.4 million units, adding $2.5 billion in revenue, growing to $4 billion in calendar 2013, and $6 billion in 2014.”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Mary J.” for the heads up.]