updated 09:40 am EST, Mon December 20, 2004
Seattle Times on iPod
"Some analysts suggest that Apple's core products -- its desktop and notebook computers -- of the iPod's overwhelming success," writes Wendy Tanaka for the Seattle Times. However, she notes that some analysts see Apple's current stock as overvalued. "Likewise, several shoppers at the Apple store at a shopping mall in King of Prussia, Pa., doubted that the iPod's success would translate into broader Apple sales. They were there for the iPod, period, and had no intention of giving up their Microsoft Windows-based computers, which overshadow Apple's iMac and G5 computers in the marketplace."