In a note to clients — as reported by “AppleInsider” ( — Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster thinks Apple will sell over 200 million iOS devices in calendar year 2013 for US$164 billion in revenue.

His estimates are 8% ahead of Wall Street’s 2013 expectations for revenue, and 10% higher than the Street’s earnings per share forecast, notes “AppleInsider.” Munster sees Apple’s revenue growing 19% in calendar year 2012 and another 17% in 2013.

The analyst predicts that iPhone growth will go from 30% in calendar 2012 to 29% in 2013. He forecasts that the iPad will account for 21%of Apple’s revenue in calendar year 2013, with sales of 68 million units. Munster sees iPad unit sales growing 39% in 2012 and 35% in 2013.

Ans for the Mac platform, the analyst thinks it will earn 16% of Apple’s revenue in 2013 with sales of 23 million Macs that year. He thinks that growth rate will shrink from 17% to 15% in the next two years.