Apple sells 1.7m iPhone 4's in first three days

Nicole McCormick
29 Jun 2010
To counter AT&T’s iPhone 4 exclusivity in the US, Verizon Wireless said it plans to roll out Motorola’s newest Android-enabled device the Droid X.

Verizon and rival US cellcos Sprint Nextel and T-Mobile also plan to launch Samsung’s latest smartphone the Galaxy S smartphone shortly, said the WSJ. 
AT&T earlier announced that it would also start selling the Galaxy S this year. 
Analysts expect the iPhone to help Apple sell about 36 million iPhones in 12 months to September, up 73% year on year, said the WSJ.


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