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Wednesday, 04 July 2007 11:48

Half milion + 25K iPhones sold

Written by Fudzilla staff

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In the first weekend only


The LA Times
is reporting that Apple has sold 525000 iPhones since last Friday. Now that's one heck of a launch if you ask me.

It's reported that half of the stores on the western seaboard sold out by Sunday. Apple and AT&T didn't comment on the story. Analysts believe Apple netted around $300 million in the weekend frenzy, and this didn't go unnoticed on Wall Street.

Not only is Apple making money on sales of the device, but it's also taking a piece of AT&T's iPhone income, which is estimated at around 10%. It might be overpriced, overrated and overhyped, but it's making obscene amounts of money and it's here to stay. You gotta love Apple's marketing people, we salute them.

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