FORTUNE -- Not being a Gartner client or an analyst on the investment side, I've never been privy to the reports it sends its paying customers. But the spreadsheet above arrived in my inbox uninvited, and I figured I might as well share it with you.
It comes from Andrew Neff, an analyst with the research firm's Gartner Invest team which, according to his e-mail, "puts Gartner research into context for the institutional investor."
What's most striking about his spreadsheet is the gap between Gartner's extrapolations and the Street's expectations (taken from Capital IQ).
Take the 2016 estimate (8.3% revenue growth) with a grain of salt. I'm not sure anybody can see that far ahead into Apple's future.
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