Here's what we've seen so far. More as they come in.
o iPad Air 128GB and iPad Mini Retina 128GB were the most popular devices
o Wi-Fi versions of iPad were out-selling Carrier versions by 3:1
o Customers chose higher memory of 128GB, as most of the customers we spoke to, said "We used to store only music before, now we store HD movies also"
o White Color iPads were preferred by females, while Space Grey iPads were preferred by males
o All the customers opted for Apple Smart Cover, with about 20% opting for leather cover
o We could not observe any significant trends among the sales of the other various iPads
o iPhone 5S sales closely followed overall iPad Sales (all version).
o iPhone 5S on AT&T continues to remain very popular, followed by Verizon, followed by Unlocked iPhone5S and then Sprint
When you're selling a device at cost you can't really make it up in volume
FORTUNE -- From the start, Amazon's (AMZN) plan for the Kindle family of tablets and e-readers was to sell a compelling device at or below cost that would direct customers to Amazon's online stores.
"We want to make money when people use our devices," CEO Jeff Bezos often says, in a remark widely seen as directed at MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Nov 27, 2012 8:43 AM ET
With impeccable timing, iPhone 5 supplies have caught up to demand
FORTUNE -- It's not for nothing that Apple (AAPL) CEO Tim Cook is known as the master of the Asian supply chain.
Take the iPhone 5.
There was some question when the new iPhone was introduced in mid-September whether he could get production up to speed in time for big holiday selling season.
The demand was there; the 5 million units set aside MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Nov 26, 2012 5:26 PM ET
Despite the economy, Americans managed to spend $27.46 billion in 47 days
Online sales in the U.S. are up 12% this holiday season, according to a comScore report issued Sunday, driven by two factors:
Free shipping: Americans spent $942 million online Dec. 17, 61% more than they spent the same day last year, thanks to the more than 1,500 online merchants who participated in Free Shipping Day.
Electronics: Online sales of computer hardware MORE
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"The PC industry's inability to significantly innovate, and its overreliance on a business model predicated on driving volume through price declines, are finally impacting the industry's ability to induce new replacement cycles." -- Gartner Research director George MOREJP Mangalindan, Writer - Nov 30, 2010 6:00 AM ET
But some people may not be getting the computers they hoped for this holiday season
On the eve of Cyber Monday, Apple (AAPL) Macs held the top three spots on Amazon's (AMZN) "Most Wished For" laptop list, as well as the top four spots on the desktop computer wish list.
But wishes are not horses -- or premium-priced Macs -- and judging from Amazon's "Most Gifted" lists, some of those Christmas wishes MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Nov 29, 2009 6:59 AM ET
Apple.com was the exception in comScore's report on retail sales for Cyber Monday 2008, the biggest online shopping day in a year marked by global financial meltdown.
While its competitors were offering deep discounts to pull in recession-battered customers, Apple (AAPL) had already ended its Black Friday sale and by Monday was back to charging its usual premium prices for laptops, desktops and MP3 players.
Yet its online store still managed to MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Dec 7, 2008 10:24 AM ET
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