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Trial and Error

20,000 iPhones Per Day

January 15, 2008 9:36 AM

Apple has sold 4 million iPhones since the product was introduced this summer, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced at his MacWorld keynote in San Francisco. That's 20,000 iPhones each day.

Mr. Jobs said in the first quarter the iPhone was on the market, Apple had captured 19.5% of the smartphone market in the United States, second only to RIM's 39%. RIM makes Blackberries.


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