iPod Sales Will Plummet 7.2% Year Over Year, Analysts Say

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Now that iPhones have essentially become iPods and other touchscreen devices like iPads are running ramped, the iPod’s future has grown dim.

40-three analysts tell Fortune that while iPod sales soared to 22.7 million in 2008, they’ve been declining ever since.They say this trend will continue and iPod sales will decrease 7.2% year over year.

To see the iPod sales estimates from all of the analysts, head over to Fortune >>

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