At the meeting in Cupertino last week, Prudential analyst Jesse Tortora spoke with Apple CFO, Peter Oppenheimer, Apple Sr. VP of Retail, Ron Johnson, and Apple Sr. Director of Mac Product Marketing, Tom Bogart, Katie Marsal reports for AppleInsider.
“‘Apple said that the iPhone will be sold exclusively through its own stores, its website, and Cingular stores,’ Tortora wrote in a research note following the get-together. ‘Management expects the majority of the iPhone sales to occur in Apple stores, given that consumers will likely look to Apple to demonstrate the device’s features,'” Marsal reports.
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