“I’ll always remember April 24, 2012 as the day that Apple sales officially became the top Chinese play on Wall Street,” Jason Schwarz reports for TheStreet.
“We all know that Verizon iPhone sales were down 24% from the holiday quarter and AT&T sales were down 43% from the holiday quarter,” Schwarz writes. “The question of the year is…how many iPhones did Apple just sell in China? No specific data has ever been released on Chinese units so it’s difficult to come up with projections but… China most likely did 15 million units and boosted the iPhone number up to 35 million.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Arline M.” for the heads up.]
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