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1.3 million Apple TV units sold, still considered a hobby?

During Apple's Q3 conference call today Apple announced that they had sold 1.3 million Apple TVs for a total of 4 million. This figure is up 173% from last quarter even though many are still considering the Apple TV to be a hobby device.

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Save big on iPhone and iPad games this 4th of July!

Independence Day games sales started creeping into the App Store yesterday, and today they're in full swing. We're going to keep rounding up big discounts on the best games available for iPad and iPhone on the 4th of July, so check back in regularly!

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Over 130 iPhone and iPad games celebrate pricing flexibility with massive sale

Because We May is an initiative that launched today to celebrate indie developers' ability to change their own pricing whenever they like. What better way to do that then to have a gigantic sale? From now until June 1, you can pick up around 140 top-notch iPhone and iPad games at a significant discount, and in some cases free.

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United Continental CFO prepares to land as Apple VP of Sales

Apple has a new VP of Sales by the name of Zane Rowe. He's been the CFO at United Continental since 2010, during which time he no doubt has his hands full with the merger of United and Continental Airlines.

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Apple has already sold three million new iPads

Following up on this morning's announcement from AT&T that they had busted sales records of the new iPad on launch day, Apple has also announced the sales numbers of their third-generation iOS tablet. Since Friday, three million new iPads have been sold, making this Apple's best iPad launch to date.

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iPhone 5 rumored to be keeping to fall release schedule for 2012

Japanese news site Macotakara reports from sources close to Apple that they plan on sticking to a September or October release cycle for the next-generation iPhone, just as they did with the iPhone 4S, and will stick to this release window for all future iPhone models going forward.

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Sprint had 1.8 million iPhone sales last quarter, 40 percent to new customers

Sprint sold a total of 1.8 million iPhones during Q4 2011, with 40 percent of those going to new customers. Admittedly, 1.8 million is only about a quarter of the 7.6 million iPhones AT&T sold during the same period, and less than half the 4.2 million moved by Verizon, but considering Sprint's 55 million customers ranks as the the third largest U.S. wireless carrier, and this is the first official quarter that Sprint had the iPhone to sell, it still indicates a fairly solid adoption by their subscribe base.

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iPhone owns top 3 sales spots in hottest smartphone quarter in history

Not only did more smartphones sell this quarter than ever before, but Apple was responsible for all three of top sellers -- iPhone 4S, iPhone 4, and iPhone 3GS

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44% of iPhone apps lose revenue during sale

Distimo released an interesting report today that examined the overall effects of different app promotions across the iPhone and iPad App Store, as well as the Android Market.

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iPhone makes up 80% of AT&T smartphone sales after selling 7.6 million in Q4

AT&T has reported sales of 7.6 million iPhone units totaling 80 percent of their overall smartphone sales in Q4 2011.

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