Apple Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Peter Oppenheimer, spoke with analyst Robert Cihara of Caris & Company recently, and according to AppleInsider, revealed the following:
Apple is still struggling to meet to demand for the iPhone 3GS, and with China coming on board soon, that may be a longer term problem (it was still sold out when I checked a couple of local (Canadian) places last week).
There's no plans for an Apple TV that would record cable or satellite as it doesn't fit Apple's current business plans (though one may wonder if there is, still and in fact, a plan for the "hobby" Apple TV device?)
Caris further predicted 27 million iPhones would be sold in 2009. Exciting number, that.