Apple sold 1 million 3G iPhones in two days

14 Jul 2008 | Apple | 3 comments


It looks like Apple managed to overcome the activation problems it faced throughout Friday and reported that it sold its 1 millionth 3G iPhone on Sunday.

When the first version of the iPhone was launched last year in June, Apple only sold 270,000 units in the first two days, taking the 74 days to reach the 1 million mark.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs was delighted with the iPhone's performance, saying that the "iPhone 3G had a stunning opening weekend."

New features of the 3G iPhone include Assisted-GPS, battery life of 300 hours in standby, up to 10 hours on 2G, 5 hours on 3G and 6 hours on Wi-Fi, 8 or 16 GB of internal memory with no card slot and the App Store.

The iPhone 3G is currently available in 21 countries and it will launch in 49 more by the end of the year.

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by Ross on Jul 14, 2008

That's about $200m revenue, isn't it?

by bigguyd on Jul 15, 2008

People were waiting 2 hours in line today in Boston just to get into the store...that's right, just to get into the store. That's ridiculous.

by Reverse Phone Lookup on Jul 26, 2008

I am getting crazy for this mobile.Its just a magic.