iPhone to double production for 2007


According the Reuters today, Apple plans to double its iPhone production for the 4Q 2007.  They are planning to make 2.7 million for the 4Q versus 1.54 million that was originally targeted.  The year end numbers for the iPhone now calls for about 4.8 million phones to be produced in 2007.  It was already widely reported early in September that Apple has already sold 1 million iPhone for the year.  With its current iPod and Mac base of 100 million worldwide, Apple is certainly well positioned to take additional market share in the mobile phone market.

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  1. sal

    September 19, 2007 @ 4:24 pm


    With the recent annoucement by Apple in Europe, specifically partnering with 02 in the UK and T-Mobile in Germany – they are positioning themselves quite well as a high-end, consumer oriented mobile device. if the iPod is any evidence of their potential success, the iPhone might soon follow.