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1/25/2012 00:37 AM EST
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selinz   1/25/2012 2:20:22 AM
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Interesting about the ipods down 21%. It's safe to say that ipods are on their way out. With the ability to easily add an additional 32gb to what most smart phones already have, it just doesn't make sense to have multiple devices.

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eewiz   1/25/2012 2:20:02 AM
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Awesome results. Its more than Google's annual revenue! "Apple reported sales of $46.33 million for its first quarter of fiscal 2012," Typo. Its billion

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_hm   1/25/2012 2:18:57 AM
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It will be very interesting to watch our for Apple's new innovations and products. Also, will Apple eventually go in fab business?

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bodytech   1/25/2012 1:46:57 AM
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God Bless China for making this all happen, and making Apple #1. Awesome! We design it, their expendable teens build it for peanuts.

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