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Apple is known for the high profit margins on its consumer electronics, but according iSuppli Apple is only making $62 (or about 20%) on each Apple TV. As you'd guess the most expensive component is a slimmed down version of Intel's Pentium M processor at about $40, and the cheapest is the $0.75 Re

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June 6, 2007 at 4:46PM
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Apple is known for high profit margins on its consumer electronics, but according iSuppli Apple is only making $62 (or about 20%) on each Apple TV. As you'd guess, the most expensive component is a slimmed down version of Intel's Pentium M processor at about $40, and the cheapest is the $0.75 RealT

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Wired is reporting that according to a research study by iSupply, for the first time ever, the prices for LCD panels that are used to make all the LCD TVs we love, actually increased this past April. The sizes affected were on the TVs under 32-inches, and while we expect larger models to continue to

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