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Analyst Craig Berger at FBR says that the next iPhone (NASDAQ:AAPL) will be “the most impactful device in Apple’s history”, as he believes that the product might be good for between 50 and 52 million builds in the fourth quarter, and possibly more than $50 per share in earnings during its lifetime. Further, Berger thinks that the chip supplier Qualcomm Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM) could be a top beneficiary, and also that Fairchild Semiconductor Corporation (NYSE:FCS) and NXP Semiconductors’ (NASDAQ:NXPI) gains in chip content are relative to the 4S. Besides Berger, several analysts predict blowout iPhone sales in the fourth quarter.
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A new Kindle Fire tablet that was submitted by Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) to the Federal Communications Commission has been approved. The device will possibly have dimensions of a 4:3 ratio, which would be more like the iPad and not widescreen Android tablets, along with a 10-inch display, according to a review by Nate Hoeffelder.
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