“Investment bank Piper Jaffray issued a note on Friday highlighting 10 key points, which range from anticipated future products to China iPhone growth, that it believes will drive shares of Apple up to $1,000 in the next couple of years,” Josh Ong reports for AppleInsider.
“Analyst Gene Munster offered a bird’s-eye view of the company and its prospects,” Ong reports. “He believes the most important highlights for Apple will be continued innovation in the company’s 2012 product roadmap; a blowout next-generation iPhone launch; an Apple television arriving in 2013; little change to carrier subsidies for the next two to three years; sustained gross margins above 40 percent and the China opportunity.”
Munster’s 10 Apple strengths:
• 2012 product roadmap
• Next-gen iPhone
• Apple television
• Phone subsidies not an issue for Apple
• 40%+ Gross margins
• Phasing out older products
• China adoption curve
• Tablets eclipsing PCs
• Enterprise strategy
• Services (iTunes Store, the App Stores, and iCloud)
Much more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]