Apple profits surge 77% on record sales of 4.1M Macs, 16.2M iPhones, 7.3M iPads

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  • Reply 41 of 42
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    Originally Posted by asdasd View Post


    Android activations reached 300K in the first week of December. October started at about 200k. Average 250k for Quarter.



    I still would have preferred more iPhone sales - however that was supply constraints.



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    Originally Posted by LTMP View Post


    Here's an interesting group of numbers I haven't seen reported yet:

    iPhone: 16,240,000

    iPad: 7,330,000

    iPod Touch: 10,000,000 (19.45 million units, over half of which were iPod touch)

    Apple TV: 1,000,000 (we know they sold at least this many)



    Total IOS devices sold this quarter: 34,570,000



    Average IOS sales per day over the last quarter: 384,111.



    Looks to me like IOS is outselling Android by a huge margin, since they have only recently started claiming over 300,000 per day



    Well, it turns out Daniel Eran Dilger is an anti-Apple troll who dramatically underestimated how many iOS devices Apple was activating per day. Who knew?



    Considering that Android's 300k/day is based on a tweet that supplied no context and was uncheckable, I think the delta between iOS and Android may be even bigger than DED thinks, which amazes me.
  • Reply 42 of 42
    asdasdasdasd Posts: 5,312member
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    Originally Posted by artificialintel View Post


    Well, it turns out Daniel Eran Dilger is an anti-Apple troll who dramatically underestimated how many iOS devices Apple was activating per day. Who knew?



    Considering that Android's 300k/day is based on a tweet that supplied no context and was uncheckable, I think the delta between iOS and Android may be even bigger than DED thinks, which amazes me.



    I am utterly certain that he tweeted on the day, or the very next day, that Android activations reached 300K. Analysts then multiplied this by 90, as if Oct 1 is the same as the week after ThanksGiving.
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