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Piper Jaffries analyst Gene Munster: Thanks to his endless advocacy of the so-called Apple HDTV, claiming year after year that Apple’s television set is just a few months away, Munster’s a bit of a laughingstock, even amongst the shallow knowledge… Read more ›

It’s hard to think of two analysts as different frome one another as Gene Munster and KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. While Munster has foolishly prattled on, predicting an Apple HDTV set every single year for at least five years…

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This guy really believes that Apple is making a HDTV.

Earlier this week the web was assaulted with a bevy of horrible Apple rumors from analyst Peter Misek. Along with claiming that Apple was going to have an Apple TV SDK event in March, Misek said Apple’s 4.8-inch iPhone will launch next year, and that iPhone 5 sales are slipping.

It only took a few minutes before Misek’s B.S. was shot down, so rather  [Read More...]

This guy really believes that Apple is making a HDTV.

Gene Munster, everyone’s favorite Apple analyst, spoke at Business Insider’s IGNITION Conference today in New York City. One of the topics Munster hit on was the Apple TV. For years, Munster has been one of the biggest proponents of Apple releasing a literal TV. His most recent prediction pushed the product’s announcement to the end of next year, while last year he predicted  [Read More...]

Apple Stock Will Hit $1000, Says Gene Munster [Report]

I’d dance, too, if I still owned all those AAPL shares I had in the 90s

Not only does Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster see Apple’s and its investors’ financial outlook as essentially rosy for the foreseeable future, but he’s taking it one step further. He’s convinced that he has at least ten reasons to stay bullish on Apple stock over the next three years. He also thinks the stock price is  [Read More...]

Gene Munster Gets Back to Beating the iPhone 5 Drum

If prominent Wall Street analyst Gene Munster proves wrong in his incessant prediction for a dramatically redesigned iPhone 5, he may very well lose the “prominent” part of his reputation as an analyst with Piper Jaffray. On Wednesday, Munster once again reiterated his assertion that Apple is going to surprise the multitudes with a completely different look for the next-gen iPhone (which he calls the iPhone 5). This time around, however, Munster says the next incarnation  [Read More...]

For the first nine months of 2011, the tech rumor mill churned out one report after the next about the forthcoming “resigned” iPhone 5. Although, in retrospect, it appears that the rumor mill got that one wrong, prominent Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster says the prediction may have been early, but it definitely wasn’t wrong. Last October, the world was introduced to the iPhone 4S – not the iPhone 5. The next generation iPhone (which will  [Read More...]

According to the latest projections from Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, Apple is expected to set a new record for Mac sales during the forthcoming holiday shopping season. Although the iPhone 4S will contribute greatly to the sales success to be noted in Apple’s next earnings report, the Mac can’t be underestimated either. In fact, Mac sales may prove the biggest revenue generator for Apple during the next few months. Let’s not forget that the last  [Read More...]

According to Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster, Apple’s October 4th media event may deliver more surprises than we presently expect – a reality that will come to fruition should Apple unveil that which Munster teased in a note to investors this morning. Based on Munster’s suspicions, Apple may reveal new voice recognition technology in iOS 5, something we haven’t seen yet in the otherwise relatively expansive preview we’ve enjoyed about the next iOS revamp. Munster believes  [Read More...]

Click the image to open in full size. Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster says the recent tragic events in Japan will likely impact iPad 2 component production well into the June 2011 quarter. As a result, product shortage of the iPad 2 and even the iPhone 4 are likely to continue for the foreseeable future, although Munster hints that fears over looming supply shortages have been vastly blown out of proportion, particularly with regard to  [Read More...]