Steve Jobs at Palo Alta Apple Store for iPad launch, mentally tallying up profits from up to 700,000 sold?
We know where TiPb was for iPad launch day, we knew where you were, and now we know where Steve Jobs was -- his local Palo Alta Apple Store!
And why not, analysts like Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster already predicting up to 700,000 thousand iPad Wi-Fi were sold on opening day. If those numbers hold up, that's certainly worth a little celebratory jaunt from Apple's CEO.
[TUAW and the Loop via 9to5Mac, image credit]
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I think what's really interesting is that we're now at a point where such a device is actually viable for widespread use.
Also, that's a lot of iPads.
He should really invest atleast $1 mill into a new wardrobe
instead of his Homer Simpson Closet of the same old bs...