From Apple Insider:
Every week Apple doesn't act on iPhone 4 antenna could cost $200M
A new analysis has found that resolving the much publicized iPhone 4 antenna issues could cost Apple up to $900 million, and each additional week that Apple takes to resolve the issue could add another $200 million as sales increase.
And every hour that goes by for the next few weeks increases the likelihood that an analyst will pull some outlandish number out of their ass. These are the same analysts that consistently, incorrectly, make predictions about Apple's financial or sales figures. When they do get these predictions wrong, all of the Mac/Apple Tech Blogs poke fun at them. Yet, those same writers (who presumably all have Alzheimers) are so eager to hold up this bullshit as actual news. Pathetic.