∞ iPad, iPod touch, iPhone top kid's Christmas lists

We’re coming into the busiest shopping season of the year and all indications are that it will be another incredible year for Apple.

According to market research firm Nielsen, Apple’s iPad topped the list of kids aged 6-12, for the second year in a row. In fact, the iPad increased its position, rising from 31 percent in 2010 to 44 percent in 2011.

Coming in second place for that age group is the iPod touch with 30 percent of the kids indicating they want the MP3 player for Christmas. At 27 percent, the iPhone takes the third spot, giving Apple a sweep of the top three positions on the list of most desired electronic devices this year.

For kids over 13 years old, the iPad grabbed the No. 1 spot with 24 percent of them clamoring for the device. A further 15 percent wanted an iPhone and 8 percent wanted an iPod touch, but they fell behind products computers and televisions.