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Investor survey suggests massive demand for AirPods, growth potential for Apple Watch

In a survey performed by Bank of America?Merrill Lynch, 12 percent of consumers have intentions to purchase Apple's wireless AirPods, possibly leading to billions in sales for Apple.
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