23 January 2008 @ 14:27The Inquirer bungled their iPhone stats

iphone_sales.jpgArs Technica has a nice article showing that iPhone sales are not yet slumping as The Inquirer led some to believe.

But does that trend—ramping up from some 12,000 units per day sold in the first quarter to 21,000 per day by the time the keynote hit—indicate that sales have fallen to “a tenth of early estimates”? Obviously not. It clearly shows a steady increase in iPhone sales from June 29, 2007 until January 14, 2008. It may not be the entire world’s favorite phone—it’s just barely gaining traction among business enterprise users—but as it already has 20 percent of smartphone sales after being on the market for less than a year, it’s certainly doing well.

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