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Revenge of the Analysts: iPhone #1 Smartphone? #2 Handset? 10 Million Already Sold?!

Rumors are flying today that Apple may have already hit the suddenly-not-so-outrageous-sounding 10 Million iPhones Sold goal set by Steve Jobs for 2008. Reader Reptile pointed us to Seeking Alpha's IMEI tracking coverage:

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1,000,000 iPhone 3Gs Served -- In 3 Days!

3 days. That's how long it took Apple and their carrier-partners to sell one million iPhone 3Gs. Says Apple CEO Steve Jobs:

"iPhone 3G had a stunning opening weekend. It took 74 days to sell the first one million original iPhones, so the new iPhone 3G is clearly off to a great start around the world.”

Almost 25 times faster. Server crash-induced delays not withstanding, other manufacturers -- other carriers -- must be having a sobering Monday morning. (Especially with it taking 6 months for Palm sell as many uber-cheap Centros...)

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iPhone Sales Predictions: 14m in 2008... 24m in 2009?!

Steve Jobs announced Apple would sell 10 million iPhones in 2008. Up until June, given waning sales, 3G expectations, and large-scale unavailability from Apple and carriers alike, it didn't look possible.

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