Analyst: Apple's roadmap for 2011

Analyst: Apple's roadmap for 2011
Gene Munster, described as a top Apple analyst, has made his predictions for 2011. Among them is one of the most hotly debated topics in the smartphone community at present - the Verizon-branded Apple iPhone, which is said to be 90% certain, as well as the Mac App Store (100% sure) and the iTunes cloud service (80%).

Here's the full list of major Apple-related events as anticipated by Gene Munster:

- Verizon launch of the iPhone: Probability 95%
- Mac App Store: Probability 100% (Jan. 6 launch)
- iTunes cloud services: Probability 90%
- iPad geographic expansion: Probability 100%
- iPad subsidies from carriers: Probability 80%
- OS X Lion: Probability 100% (summer 2011)

2011 is still young and all we can do is wait. Various reports/analyses point to different things - just for example, the next-generation iPad is supposed to come either in Q1 2011 or April 2011, while the Verizon iPhone has been "coming soon" for a while now (actually since 2007). Anyway, what do you think of these predictions?

via: Business Insider

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