Munster Predicts New Macs at MWSF, Small iPhone by Q2 2009

According to Piper Jaffray’s analyst Gene Munster, it’s likely that Apple will unveil new Mac models at the upcoming Macworld Expo, along with a more compact iPhone during the March quarter.

Munster’s projections include a sales target of 45 million iPhones for 2009, assuming Apple introduces a more affordable iPhone variant priced between $99 and $149 early in the year.

While the Macworld Expo might not bring any revolutionary announcements, given that Phil Schiller is slated to present, expectations include the introduction of new iMac or Mac mini models.

Piper Jaffray continues to recommend buying AAPL shares, maintaining a price target of $235.

The company’s stock saw a slight increase in early trading hours.

[Source: StreetInsider.]

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