IPhone 2009 Rumor: 4 Million New IPhones For Q2

Posted: Apr 13 2009, 8:25pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:50pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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A new iPhone rumor is making the rounds as SlashPhone is reporting on a China Times story that, according to iPhone component manufacturers, Apple is expected to ship out 4 million units by the end of Q2. This aligns nicely with previous rumors suggesting a June iPhone release.

China Times also reports that “Apple will launch a total of 3 new iPhone,” further fueling speculation that Apple is slated to release multiple models of the popular mobile. Apple Insider claimed last month that analysts were predicting the release of high-end and low-end models, each aimed a different world markets.

According to MacRumors, China Times correctly predicted the 2007 release of the original iPhone.

If the 4 million figure is accurate, the iPhone 2009 release could dwarf 2008’s iPhone 3G release, which sold 1 million units its first weekend. The original iPhone only sold 270,000 units during its launch weekend, according to Apple.

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