The ever-astute Matt Richman noted yesterday that average selling prices are down for both the iPhone and iPad:
The $399 iPad 2 must be selling very well for it to make iPad ASP
drop more than 8 percent in one quarter.
Tim Cook, during yesterday’s conference call:
On iPad 2, with the change in the entry price to $399, we’re
actually thrilled with the results that we’ve seen; although as
Peter said, it’s only been a few weeks and so it’s too early to
come to a clear conclusion.
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