5 million Apple 3G iPhone will be sold this quarter

September 23rd, 2008 - 4:10 pm ICT by Amrit Rashmisrisethi  

iPhone 3G3G iPhone, in spite of facing difficulties during its launch day, facing the “widespread bugs in the iPhone’s 2.0 software” problem and also warning the 3G iPhone users that the compact power adapter that came boxed with their smart phones might be defective. The metal prongs on many of the USB adapters could snap off inside power outlets, creating an electrical shock hazard. 1 million iPhones were sold at the starting of the week. 2.5 million first-generation iPhones Apple sold during the first six months of 2008 which makes the total number iPhones sold this year up to 7.4 million. During the 2.5 million selling Apple even ran out of it’s orginal model. The amount of using iPhones has increased especially in the Asian country. The estimated target for the Apple this version of selling according to the analyst is 10 million iPhones for 2008. Will 10 million iPhones really be sold this 2008?

Earlier , it was also known that Apple is selling a 4GB version of the new iPod Nano in Europe and is known to be limited. Apple introduced 8GB and 16GB versions of the new iPod Nano last week during its annual September iPod event.

The 4GB model costs 120 euros,and $149 of 8GB model on Apple’s online store.

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