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Highlights from todays' 4Q10 investor call:

  • 3.89M Macs sold, up 27% YOY and beating the Street.
  • 4.19M iPads sold, falling short of the Street's estimates. Supply chain blamed
  • 14.1M iPhones sold, far exceeding the most optimistic estimates, and beating RIM and Google.
  • 250,000 AppleTV2 sold, which I think surprised everyone.
iPods continue to decline, but the new generation of devices is more than replacing that revenue and unit share. iTunes itself generated over $1B in revenue.
 

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Definitely impressive all around. Considering the iPad was considered by many to be doomed from the start, selling 14M of them is quite an impressive feat in itself. The AppleTV numbers certainly were a shock to me as well once I read it earlier today.

Whichever side of the fence you're on, it's hard to deny the fact that Apple is doing quite well for themselves.
 

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It was fewer than 5 million iPads sold; it was 14+Million iPhones that sold.

I would have thought that the iPad numbers would have been higher as well. That iPhone number blows me away - that's a whole lotta phones! No wonder I had a helluva time finding one.

And a quarter-million ATV2 in just a few weeks?! That's absolutely astonishing - I would have guessed closer to 50K.
 
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