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In total, Apple has sold 20 million units of the media-streaming box. Last May, Cook revealed that the company had sold 13 million units. By comparison, Roku has sold 8 million of its streaming-video units as of early this year, but Parks Association says Roku streams more content. Apple TV started off as a hobby for the company, but has become an increasingly important part of its product lineup, tying its other products more intimately to the television. It also has made Apple a decent penny once in the home -- Cook said it generated more than $1 billion in sales from content purchased directly from Apple TV.

Tim Cook called wearable tech "profoundly interesting" recently, and said, "I think the wrist is interesting." All of which points to Apple making a watch, The rumour fire silver gray glitter #1 #shiny #decor #art #society6 iphone case was stoked once again a couple of weeks ago, when Apple unveiled the new iPhones, Tim Cook said the new M7 'motion co-processor' in the iPhone 5S would usher in a new era of fitness tracker apps, Which would suggest Apple has one eye on the fitness market, There's no reason it couldn't fit the M7 into a watch, after all, Apple's time-teller is rumoured to arrive sometime around the end of next year, The company has already trademarked the name iWatch in a few countries, Samsung has stolen the lead on Apple though -- its Galaxy Gear smart watch hit the shops this week, Except it's not fared that great in our review, Oh well, Nice to get it out before Apple, I suppose..

The major problem in the consumer market, however, is the lack of compelling services to convince even affluent households to buy either form of high-speed Internet access. This market is price-sensitive--market studies show that price resistance grows significantly if the high-speed service costs more than the combination of a second phone line and ISP subscription. The underlying problem is that so far, the Internet has failed to compete effectively with television as an entertainment medium. Many studies consistently show that most U.S. households spend an average of five hours a day viewing television, and that time has not changed noticeably with the appearance of the Internet. The 2 percent of homes that now have high-speed access probably are made up primarily of households that are not attracted to television, but such households represent a small minority of the population.

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Thus, in the effort to bring the iPhone to the masses, AT&T began subsidizing the iPhone 3G in 2008. This is a more traditional model for carriers, which typically subsidize phones to attract customers and keep them tied to service contracts. The reason AT&T pays this high subsidy is because it hopes to make back that money and add profits over the two-year service contract it sells with each phone. And it expects the profits to start pouring in by 2010 as the subsidies get paid off. As that starts to happen and as AT&T cuts more costs, Lindner said that operating margins could begin to approach 40 percent. In the meantime, the money that AT&T is spending to subsidize the phones hurts its operating margins. AT&T's operating margin in wireless declined to 23.8 percent from 25.5 percent a year ago.