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iPhone 4 day one sales estimated at 1.5 million units

Analysts estimate that Apple has sold almost 1.5 million units of the iPhone 4 on the first day of the launch.

Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster has estimated that Apple sold between 1 and 1.5 million units. A quote from the research note by Gene: “Our best guess is that Apple reserves about half of the units for pre-orders (mail delivery and in-store pick up) and half for in-store purchases (walk-ins), implying total sales for the launch (including the 600k already announced for online and first three days) of between 1.0m to 1.5m.”

As for Oppenheimer analyst Yair Reiner he estimated that Apple has indeed sold 1.5 million units on the first day. It’s based on, via TMO, “estimate on 600,000 iPhone 4 pre-orders in the U.S., an average of 500 non-reserved units sold per Apple Store for another 100,000, about 50,000 iPhone sales for Best Buy stores, and then multiply by two for international sales.”

iPhone 4 was released in the US, UK, Japan, France and Germany on the 24th of June 2010. It will be released in 8 countries in July, 24 countries in August and 44 countries in September.

Via: The Mac Observer and The Loop.

Arabic version of this post on SaudiMac Arabic Edition.

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