Global Apple iPhone sales from 3rd quarter 2007 to 2nd quarter 2014 (in million units)

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This statistic shows Apple iPhone sales worldwide from the third quarter of 2007 to the company’s more recent financial quarter. In the second quarter of 2011, 18.65 million iPhones were sold worldwide. In the 2011 fiscal year, Apple sold 72 million iPhones.

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The first generation of Apple’s iPhone was introduced in 2007, bringing new and innovative features, such as a multi-touch interface, to a broader audience. Since its market introduction, Apple has released a new generation of iPhones each year. The models that followed the first generation are the iPhone 3G (July 2008), the iPhone 3GS (June 2009), the iPhone 4 (June 2010), the iPhone 4S (October 2011), the iPhone 5 (September 2012) and the iPhone 5C / 5S (September 2013). All iPhone models run Apple’s own mobile operating system iOS.

Sales of the iPhone have risen strongly over the years, from around 1.4 million iPhones sold in 2007 to more than 150 million units worldwide in 2013. In total, Apple has sold more than 400 million new iPhones from 2007 to 2013 all around the world. From 2010 to 2013, Apple has held a market share between 13 and 23 percent within the new smartphone sales segment worldwide.

Apple is considered to be among the most valuable brands in the world, according to Milward Brown, and generates billions of dollars in revenue each year. Other notable Apple products are the iMac, the MacBook, the iPod and Apple TV.

Source: http://www.statista.com/statistics/263401/global-apple-iphone-sales-since-3rd-quarter-2007/

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