Apple received analysts' price-target increases following the iPad announcement, with FBN Securities Shebly Seyrafi raising the target to $730, the highest on Wall Street. Analysts expect iPad sales to be exceptionally strong in 2012 and subsequent years, with Seyrafi raising his 2012 iPad estimate from 56.2 million to 61.2 million units. Other analysts, including Goldman Sach's Bill Shope, lifted their sales estimates. The iPads are available for pre-order already, but are back-ordered at AT&T and Verizon, suggesting sales will be strong. Apple shares closed the week higher, up 0.13% to $545.17.