International sales account for half of all iPhones sales

Fri, Oct 31, 2008

Analysis, Finance, News

AppleInsider is reporting that around half of all iPhone sales in Apple’s last quarter were made internationally. The numbers are as follows:

Apple sold nearly 6.9 million iPhones last quarter, and during the company’s conference call, Tim Cook mentioned that 2 million iPhones remained in channel inventory.  That means that Apple sold somewhere between 4.8-4.9 million iPhones that actually ended up in the hands of customers.  AT&T subsequently noted in their conference call that the iPhone 3G accounted for nearly 2.4 million phone activiations, leaving us with a remainder of 2.4 million iPhones sold overseas.


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