iSuppli's latest teardown analysis of the latest nano claims that Apple is turning a roughly three-fold profit over the cost of the hardware for each device, not counting manufacturing, packaging, or R&D costs.
We're not sure if this will lead to any substantial rise in profits, as Apple seems to spending all the money it saved on running the nano's torturous new television ad non-stop.
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