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Verizon Estimates 9.8 Million Smartphone Sales In Q4 As The iPhone Leads The Way

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A day after AT&T announced its “best-ever” quarter for smartphone sales, rival operator Verizon Wireless is doing exactly the same thing. The carrier has announced that it expects to have reached a record 9.8 million sales during the fourth quarter of 2012, and it’s attributing that success to the popularity of the iPhone.

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AT&T Sold 6.1 Million Smartphones During Q3 2012, 77% Of Which Were iPhones

AT&T Sold 6.1 Million Smartphones During Q3 2012, 77% Of Which Were iPhones

AT&T continues to ride the iPhone’s gravy train.

AT&T has announced its financial results for the third quarter of 2012 this morning, and once again, Apple’s iPhone has been its biggest-selling smartphone. The carrier sold 6.1 million smartphones in total during the three-month period, a whopping 77% of which were iPhones.

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iPhone Sales Last Quarter Could Have Exceeded Expectations Thanks To iPhone 5

iPhone Sales Last Quarter Could Have Exceeded Expectations Thanks To iPhone 5

Guess what? The iPhone’s still a big seller.

The iPhone 5 has been a sell-out since it went on sale on September 21, and it’s still incredibly difficult to get hold of in some markets even a month later. With five million units sold, it’s the fastest-selling iPhone to date, so it’s no surprise one analyst is predicting that iPhone sales could be even better than originally expected.

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Even Professional Analysts Aren’t Sure How Many iPads Apple Sold Last Quarter

Even Professional Analysts Aren’t Sure How Many iPads Apple Sold Last Quarter

As a publicly traded company, Apple submits its financial reports every quarter to let their investors know how well the company is doing. However, Apple is under no obligation to share specific financial results about each of the individual products it sells, data that it is still trying to protect via the court in the Apple v Samsung case in Northern California.

However, rabid interest in the specifics continues unabated. In a survey reported today, CNN Money asked 61 Apple analysts, 31 from Wall Street and 30 independent analysts, what their estimates were for specific device sales in the quarter that just ended on September 29, 2012. Turns out, the analysts estimates were all over the place when it came to predicting the number of iPads sold.

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Verizon Sold 3.1 Million iPhones During Q3 2012, 21% Of Which Were iPhone 5s

Verizon Sold 3.1 Million iPhones During Q3 2012, 21% Of Which Were iPhone 5s

The iPhone continues to do well on Verizon.

Verizon announced its financial results for the third-quarter of 2012 today, and it has some impressive figures when it comes to the iPhone. The carrier sold more than 3.1 million iPhones in total during the three-month period, which is around 400,000 more then it sold during the second quarter. 21% of those were the new iPhone 5, according to Verizon, which translates to around 650,000 sales in less than a month.

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Sprint Announces 1.5 Million iPhone Sold During Second Quarter 2012

Sprint Announces 1.5 Million iPhone Sold During Second Quarter 2012

Despite strong iPhone sales, Sprint reported a net loss of $1.2 billion last quarter.

Sprint announced its financial results for the second quarter of 2012 today, which includes “strong” iPhone sales of 1.5 million units. 40% of these devices went to new customers, but they couldn’t help the carrier get out of the red. It reported a net loss of $1.2 billion over the three-month period, compared to a net loss of $847 million for the same quarter last year.

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73% Of Smartphones Sold By AT&T Last Quarter Were iPhones

73% Of Smartphones Sold By AT&T Last Quarter Were iPhones

Five years on, the iPhone’s still got it.

AT&T announced its financial results for the second quarter of 2012 today, and yet again the iPhone driving the company’s sales. Of the 5.1 million smartphones the carrier sold, a whopping 72.5% were iPhones.

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