Kids want iPhones, iPads over toys for holidays

The top 10 toys requested by children for the 2010 holidays, according to the Duracell Toy Report, are all Apple products.

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"Santa heard my call for an iPod!" somegeekintn/flickr

Santa might as well make his elves redundant: kids would rather Steve Jobs fill their stockings with expensive Apple gear.

The iPhone 4, iPod Touch and iPad were the three most wanted gifts among children aged 5 to 16, according to the Duracell Toy Report, the Telegraph reports. Nearly 4 in 10 children questioned wanted something from the Apple cave of wonders this year.

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