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Old 04-11-2008, 09:31 PM
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Default Business Week - Apple could market 100 million iPhones by 2010

Check out this weeks Newsweek

excerpt from article warning Apple's OS Edge Is a Threat to Microsoft

Surprisingly, it's the 4.8-ounce iPhone that will sweep Apple
decisively back into the enterprise. Even without any enterprise
applications, the iPhone has seduced business users with the prospect
of easy listening (iTunes), easy surfing (Safari), and easy
compatability with a Mac computer. And with the impending business
push, the device will soon provide corporate e-mail access and perform
serious computing tasks such as setting calendars, checking inventory,
figuring prices, and taking orders on the spot.

More Mobile, More Apple
As corporations become increasingly mobile, the pressure will build to
make them Apple-centric from top to bottom. Rising sales of Apple
laptops and iPhones will make the Mac OS only that much more
mainstream and acceptable to corporate IT departments. By 2010, the
number of iPhones in use could approach 100 million. It's possible
that the iPhone's share of the U.S. smartphone market (28% in the
fourth quarter) will soon approach the 70% share iPod now holds in the
MP3 market.

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