iPhone Popularity Soars Worldwide

Patrick Avery

Apple has continued its pursuit of global smartphone domination and largely succeeded. Roughly 60,000 iPhones were sold in South Korea on the first day they were available. While that hardly comes close to the 1 million iPhone3G S models sold in the United States upon its arrival, only 400,000 smartphones have been sold in South Korea, which has one of the largest mobile subscriber bases in Asia.

 

The end of an iPhone exclusivity agreement in Europe has also boosted sales. An impressive 600,000 iPhone handsets were sold during the third quarter in France alone, according to Tech Radar.

 

Apple's products as a whole experienced strong sales on Black Friday, Kaufman Brothers analyst Shaw Wu said. Sales of Macs, iPhones and iPods appeared brisk, he said.

 

Check out the Knowledge Network for tools and resources regarding developing applications for the iPhone and using the iPhone as an enterprise tool.

 



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Dec 2, 2009 4:41 AM steven wetherell steven wetherell  says:

Repeat after me. Microsoft is to OS as Apple is to smartphones. Gee I wonder if Symantec will be the tops in AV / AS ?

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