Originally Posted by Colin Dunstan
Of every $1.99 in iTunes download revenues, the networks are making 70%, or $1.44. Between bandwidth, iTunes infrastructure, credit card fees, the studio's cut, and royalties paid, I wonder, what's there left for Apple?
What's left for Apple is to maintain their market lead in music/video mobile hardware. I'm hoping that mobile video's takeoff drives creation of higher capacity iPod's from Apple. I can use a 100-120GB iPod for all my music and hard drive backups. What happened to Let's Get Perpendicular!