And not one of them will be sold (officially that is) in South Dakota.
Based on the latest retail sales data from the NPD Group, Munster writes in a report to clients issued Monday that he is “incrementally more confident” in Apple’s unit sales for its three main product lines and has raised his targets as follows:
* Mac units of 2.8 million (vs. 2.5 million previously) in Q4
* iPod units of 11 million (vs. 10.8 million)
* iPhone units of 5 million (vs. 4.1 million)
Added to the 2.4 million first-generation iPhones Apple sold in the first six months of 2008, that would bring the total number iPhones sold this year to 7.4 million.
Just think Mr Jobs, if you had chosen an exclusive partner that served South Dakota, you might have sold a couple hundred more….
(Source – Fortune)