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Apple still not making enough iPhones to meet demand, will have enough for Verizon

During the Q1 2011 financial results call, while stating 16.24 million iPhones were sold, Apple once again said they could have sold more if they'd been able to produce them. Having increased production from 14 million to 16 million, they're still "boldly" investing in ramping things up.

With the Verizon iPhone now announced, Cook added that Apple is working hard to get them into the hands of everyone who wants them.

Anyone care to guess what the Verizon numbers are going to do to overall iPhone sales?

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Apple has now sold over 160 million iOS devices

With Q1 2011 sales reported at 16.24 million iPhones, 7.33 million iPads, 9.75 million iPod touches (50% of total iPod sales), Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer and COO Tim Cook revealed that over 160 million iOS devices have now been sold.

Apple previously announced 120 million iOS devices back on September 1 at their annual special music event, so this represents 40 million additional sales since then.

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Tim Cook: Current Android tablets bizarre, future tablets still vapor, Apple very confident

During the Apple Q1 2011 conference call today, Apple COO Tim Cook was asked about iPad competitors and remarked that current Android tablets were "bizarre products" and future ones were still "vapor".

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Apple Q1 2011 financial results conference call

Apple is holding their Q1 2011 financial results call today at 2pm PST, 5pm EST. Q1 covers the holidays, traditionally Apple's strongest quarter, and this year should see another record being broken for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad sales.

Juxtaposed against the news of Steve Jobs taking another medical leave of absence, the stock market today and the Q&A following the call itself, could be a mixed bag of hurt for Apple. Numbers vs. emotion, we'll see what wins out.

Quasi-live updates of the call after the break!

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Apple sells 16.24 million iPhones, 7.33 million iPads, 9.75 million iPod touches, $26.74 billion in revenue

Apple has just reported their Q1 2011 financial results -- the always lucrative holiday quarter -- and they don't disappoint: 16.24 million iPhones, 7.33 million iPads, 19.45 million iPods, $26.74 billion in revenue.

“We had a phenomenal holiday quarter with record Mac, iPhone and iPad sales,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “We are firing on all cylinders and we’ve got some exciting things in the pipeline for this year including iPhone 4 on Verizon which customers can’t wait to get their hands on.”

Their conference call will be starting soon and we'll post up any and all iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, Apple TV, and other news as it comes in.

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AirView enables AirPlay between iOS devices

A new app called AirView has appeared in the App Store today, which enables you to use AirPlay from one iOS device to another. The two devices have to be on the same local network or you can stream direct from iTunes. AirView allows you to stream video from an iPhone to an iPad, iPod Touch or another iPhone or any combination of two.

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White iPhone shows up in order systems, available Feb 27?

The white iPhone 4 has shown up in Best Buy and Vodafone Germany's order processing systems with an availability date of February 27.

Of course these hints are always hit and miss as retailers sometimes create placeholder entries based on the same type of rumors you read right here on TiPb so take this with a white iPhone 4 sized grain of salt.

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Have you downloaded 60 apps for your iPhone or iPad?

As Apple's iTunes App Store closes in on 10 billion downloads asymco does some Leanna style math and estimates 60 apps have been downloaded for every iOS device -- iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. They draw three conclusions:

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Steve Jobs takes medical leave of absence

Almost exactly two years after he took his first medical leave of absence, Apple CEO Steve Jobs is taking another leave of absence to "focus on [his] health." Apple COO Tim Cook will take over day-to-day operations while Jobs will remain as CEO. Here's his email to all Apple employees:

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