Apple May Sell 1 Million IPhones in New Model’s Debut


According to BusinessWeek this morning, Apple could sell a record 1 million iPhone 4G’s today. “Could”? They already sold 600,000 on pre-order, crashing AT&T’s servers (will those guys ever get it right? You’d think a big company like AT&T could handle network issues with 600,000 people at once…but, I digress).

Personally, I already have someone lined up to buy my 3GS iPhone for a tidy sum. They get it for much less than they could from Apple because they’re going to jail break it and run it on another carrier. Me…I get into a brand, spanking new iPhone without spending a dime (well, kinda…that’s how I position it to the wifey anyway).

Since AT&T won’t be serving walk-in customers til Tuesday, there’s no use standing in line there today. If you haven’t pre-ordered the iPhone, cue up in line with all the other maniacs at your friendly, neighborhood Apple store.

On another note, I’ve been running the new iOS since Tuesday night and it sure seems snappier. Lots of cool new features but I really like organizing my apps by category and freeing up that valuable screen real estate.

Happy shopping!

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About Scott Cone
A husband to a loving, lovely wife. Father to six great kids and two grand kids. I'm a marketing, advertising and promotion professional with a keen interest in big ideas, all things digital and especially how mobile is changing all aspects of communication and marketing. I play guitar and sing, write music, write screenplays, act, scuba dive, weight lift, ski and enjoy Christian apologetics, logic, evolution versus intelligent design and the basis for morals, values and ethics.

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