Apple could more than double its sales by 2015 to $200 billion, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster said in a note to clients — as reported by “MobileBeat” (

According to his projections, this would come mainly on the growth of iPhone sales, from a forecast of 36 million in 2010 to 185 million in 2015. The iOS will share a large part of the market with Google’s rival Android operating system, squeezing out smaller players like BlackBerry and Symbian, and should have more than a quarter of the smartphone market by 2015, says Munster.

He thinks that Apple will also benefit from its range of devices, from the iPod touch, which is popular with younger users as a music and games device, to the iPhone, to the iPad, which is better-received by older users.