Report: iTV and iWatch revenue could reach $80 billion with release



Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty has put out some numbers today that seem very appealing to Apple investors. According to the report, she says that if Apple could ship around 50 million units of the iWatch per year, that would amount to nearly $10-$15 billion in revenue for the Cupertino company. This would lead to around $2.50 to $4.00 profit per share yearly, and that isn’t including if a television is released also. Huberty went on to say that, with an average price of $1300, Apple’s television could bring in as much as “$68 billion in annual revenue following a global launch,” and that is only if 10% of the iTunes user base that Apple has established purchases the new product. This would then add onto the iWatch share profit by adding its own $18.00 yearly profit per share. If this prediction were to come true, I’m sure plenty of Apple investors would be very, very happy.

What do you think? Are you hoping to see these devices this year? Are you an investor who would like to see this happen? Let us know in the comments, or tweet me @TiP_Kyle.


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  • Camden1

    Huberty is dreaming. Over 50M yearly @ $1300? Not going to happen.