“Piper Jaffray’s Gene Munster released a report Sunday night estimating that Apple sold about 500,000 [iPhone] units,” Tom Krazit blogs for CNET.
“Despite low supply at AT&T stores and activation issues, it appears that the iPhone era at Apple got off to a good start. Piper Jaffray said Apple had iPhones available in each one of its stores on Saturday, and in 84 percent of its stores Sunday,” Krazit reports.
Piper surveyed 253 people iPhone buyers in San Francisco, New York and Minneapolis and found that 95% purchased the 8GB iPhone and about half were new customers for AT&T, according to the report.
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dion” for the heads up.]