July 6, 2007 5:30 AM PDT

Apple shares at new high on iPhone sales prospects

"Launch went even better than what was in people's expectations," analyst says. Some now expect the momentum to continue.

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iPhone shares....
I'm sure there was never a doubt that shares would rise as a result of the iPhone release...Apple is already starting a prototype of the next generation iPhone...just to keep the shareholders happy I presume.

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Posted by Mapper99 (73 comments )
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*hears crickets chirping*
Heh - all those MSFT fanboys who predicted the iPhone would go down in flames (you know, like the Zune did) are rather absent from the discussion here today...

...I wonder why? (evil grin).

Posted by Penguinisto (5042 comments )
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Its been a WEEK after the iphone release.

There are ESTIMATES of IPHONE SALES but APPLE and ATT have not released any figures.
Is this MORE hype?

And I'd love to see the sales AFTER the initial iphone release. I think the majority of the idiot purchases would be in its introduction.

So I'd love to see the weekly sales of the iphone.

And if this deception of not releasing actual sales is purposely done, isnt that illegal to artificially drive up stock prices?

Someone needs to investigate.
Posted by jabberwolf (858 comments )
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55% profit for a first generation product?
It makes my decision to wait it out even smarter. Such an
impressive rollout just ups the ante to top what you just did, like
winning a second Superbowl. The next generation of this product
should blow the first one away and make the early adopters toss
the older handset in a drawer and again head down to the Apple
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