Research group iSuppli reports that the iPhone outsold all smartphones in the United States in July, which was its first full month on sale.
To be clear, iSuppli is referring to the iPhone model vs. other phone models, not an entire line of phones – which for some reason was a source of confusion late last week.
25% of those buyers were switching to AT&T.
Almost 100& of them should be getting a credit from Apple for $100, after Apple dropped the price of the iPhone to $399 just 2 months after the launch of the product.
not trying to be sarcastic here, just a question: since when is the iphone considered a smartphone? as far as i can recall it was never marketed as such.
(and quite franky i don’t think it is one. :P)
I don’t think the iPhone is in the same category as a Smartphone either.
It’s WAY more impressive.
Smartphones are business tools that people need to get their jobs done.
The iPhone reminds me more a PADD from Star Trek than a clunky smartphone.