Apple Seeds: Estimated $1 Trillion Market Cap, New iPad has 98% Satisfaction Rate, More

Apple Seeds is iSource’s daily roundup of Apple-related stories for the most diehard of fans, or for the news junkie that has to have all of the day’s news:

Estimates Pin Apple Stock at $1000, $1 Trillion Market Cap

Reports are coming in from research analysts wherein they claim that Apple’s stock price is headed for $1000 a share, which would push the company’s market capitalization to an unprecedented high of $1 trillion. Sounds good to me. [Read More]

New iPad has a 98% Satisfaction Rating

ChangeWave Research has released the results of their survey, and have found that 98% of business and early-adopters were satisfied. That number breaks down to 82% as “very satisfied” and 16% “somewhat satisfied”. When’s the last time you’ve seen satisfaction like this coming from the world’s largest company? [Read More]

A Third of US High Schoolers Have an iPhone

A report has surfaced from Gene Munster, the analyst extraordinaire, claiming that a third of all US high school students own an iPhone. I find this number a little high, but regardless, still backs what I’ve been saying for some time: Apple is targeting the younger audience, so that they have a brand loyalty in place for the years ahead. [Read More]

Ashton Kutcher to Play Steve Jobs, Believes Role Meant for Him

This story broke on April Fool’s Day, but it has turned out to be legitimate. Ashton Kutcher is slated to play Steve Jobs in a small film called “Jobs”. Reportedly, Kutcher is deeply entrenched and devoted to the project. Here’s to hoping the best. [Read More]

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