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If China got 3 million units and only a 15% rate (both estimations which are likely skewed to the point you're making)- thats 450,000 more units still. 24% of 6m = 1.44m27% of 6m = 1.62m + .45m = 2.07m or a 44% increase year over year. Even with your skewed numbers its a home run
 The supply lines of 5c still in the channel is a moot point.  The 5 faced the same supply (because of demand) constraints the 5s is facing.  So channel has nothing to do with it.  They aren't sold out of the 5c just like they weren't sold out of the 4s last year.  Apples to Apples. What you are right about, is the comparison about adding china.  However- what you are wrong about- is the assumption that the same amount of iPhones were sold in the US (6.2) and the remainder...
They wouldve sold a ton of the 5- sure- probably even more.  You could easily argue the minor differences (to most people- not us techies) between the 5 and 5s would have had a decent amount of cannabilization of the 5s and hurt their bottom line.  Maybe in looking at their previous sales when the 4S was the flagship, and the 4 was the mid-tier- they saw way too many of the 4 sold vs the 4s because people thought "the only difference is siri".  And they have no corrected...
Fixed that for you. 
I've said this before in the other thread- people can't wrap their head around it for some reason.There were 9 million sold opening weekend this year, and 6 million opening weekend last year. So even if the percentage was the exact same (which it likely is more for the 5c for the data we have)- it's still a 50% increase in units sold. That's remarkable. Both the 5s and 5c are huge successes over their predecessors.
[[SPOILER]]No- I never claimed that. But you can spin whatever you want to make you feel correct- which you clearly aren't.I don't care if it sold in the US, China, or Africa. So while you pull stats out of your ass- like "2.5-3 million iPhones were sold internationally"- which you have no clue about- I will give you concrete data, like 6 and 9 million. Numbers don't lie. You on the other hand...
Will all the whiners and ridiculous naysayers in the previous thread backpedal on their stories? Of course not... For them, facts are for the birds.
It should also be mentioned that at WWDC the presenter for iWork while taking about iWork in the cloud- mentioned that they would be updating iWork soon. So I would assume this is it. Can't wait.
Hah! Like clockwork23 and 27% aren't a dead heat when you are talking about 6 million vs 9 million units sold. If you believe the 27%- then the 4S would have needed to account for 40.5% of the iPhones sold to be a "dead heat" in units sold. You REALLY suck at math. Like, bad.
Just did it- thanks!
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