iPhone sales reach 1.4m units

Apple sold 1.1m iPhones in Q4, taking the total to 1.4m since launch.

The device, which is currently only available in the US (through AT&T), helped Apple generate revenues of $6.2 billion in the quarter, up an impressive 67 per cent on 4Q 2006.

Much of that rise, however, is attributable to sales of the new iMac computers and iPod music players.

Apple CFO Peter Oppenheimer was certainly happy with iPhone's sales performance, stating to analysts that "our research shows than an amazing 95 per cent of iPhone customers would recommend the iPhone to others... we're every enthusiastic about our entry into the European mobile phone market next month."

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damnwrx4044d ago

It would have been better if it was a GPS Navigation system.